Houston Texans’ wide receiver Will Fuller could end up playing in this week’s game against the New England Patriots.
Sarah Barshop of ESPN reported on Monday that Houston Texans starting wide receiver Will Fuller was back on the practice field for the first time since suffering a broken collarbone back in early August.
With Fuller back at practice it sounds like there’s a chance he could play this coming Sunday against the New England Patriots.
During a Facebook Live Q&A on Tuesday, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle said that Fuller’s availability for this week’s game will all depend on how he performs in practice this week. He also said that Fuller will get a full amount of reps this week, so it sounds like he’s almost 100 percent healthy.
McClain pointed out that even though Fuller hasn’t been on the football field since the start of training camp, he’s completely up to speed mentally since he’s been attending the meetings and practices. This means he should be able to hit the ground running once he’s cleared to play in a game.
Getting a player like Fuller back for a tough match-up against the Patriots would certainly help the Texans, since he adds another dimension to their offense with his big play ability.
Hopefully Fuller can bounce back after a rookie season where he dropped way too many passes.
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