Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller is ready to play against the Tennessee Titans in Week 4. Fuller suffered a broken collarbone last season and has yet to play in 2017.
Fuller caught 47 passes in 14 games last year for 635 yards and two touchdowns. He’ll be the team’s No. 2 receiver the rest of the season.
Fantasy impact: Fuller is the team’s fastest receiver but doesn’t have the most reliable hands. If you’re going to add him at this point, you’d probably be better off leaving him on the bench for now.
Going forward, he’ll be worth monitoring, especially if rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson continues to impress. Watson held his own against Tom Brady in Week 3 despite the fact that Houston lost the game late.
Having Fuller in the lineup as another weapon doesn’t hurt. If Fuller can steady his hands, he’ll be picked up off the waiver wire quickly. For now, sit him until he gets going a bit.