Buffalo Bills Free Agent Target: Will Fuller
While DeAndre Carter and Kalif Raymond are coming off the best years of their careers, one player that could be looking for a chance to bounce back is Will Fuller. He was a first round pick by the Houston Texans in 2016 and would play his first five seasons in the NFL with the Texans.
During his time with the Texans, he was a great deep threat option paired with DeAndre Hopkins his first four years averaging 14.3 yards per reception. Then in the one season in Houston without Hopkins, who was traded to the Arizona Cardinals, he looked to be well on his way to a 1,000-yard season but would be suspended for performance-enhancing drugs.
Last offseason, he signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins in hopes of putting the suspension behind him and having a bounce-back year that could result in a bigger, long-term deal. However, the season didn’t go as planned and he would play in only two games due to injuries.
This offseason, he once again could be looking for a short-term deal that he can play well and secure a long-term deal next offseason. For the Buffalo Bills, they would add a veteran wide receiver with great speed that can be a deep threat that they are lacking.