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Will Fuller expected to play in Week 4 vs. Colts

We break down the news that Will Fuller will suit up for the Dolphins against the Colts this Sunday.

Johnathan Abram #24 of the Las Vegas Raiders defends against a pass to the end zone intended for William Fuller V #3 of the Miami Dolphins in overtime of the game at Allegiant Stadium on September 26, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Friday update: Will Fuller is expected to play in the Dolphins’ home matchup with the Indianapolis Colts this Sunday, per Barry Jackson.

Thursday update: Will Fuller returned to practice on Thursday, per David Furones. This is a good sign for his availability on Sunday.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Will Fuller did not practice on Wednesday due to chest and elbow injuries, per Barry Jackson. Fuller made his regular season debut last week against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Fantasy football implications

After missing the first two weeks of the season, Fuller made his anticipated debut last week against the Las Vegas Raiders. The deep threat wideout had three receptions (six targets) for 20 yards. Veteran quarterback Jacoby Brissett tried to take a couple of deep shots, but could not connect with Fuller.

Fuller is apart of Dolphins’ wide receiver unit that features DeVante Parker, Jaylen Waddle, Albert Wilson, Jakeem Grant, and Preston Williams. If Fuller cannot play on Sunday, then we could see a good amount of targets coming towards Waddle’s way. However, if Fuller does suit up, he can pose some problems for the Indianapolis Colts’ secondary. This season, the Colts have allowed seven touchdowns to wide receivers, which is tied with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the worst make in the NFL.