Texans WR Will Fuller broke his collarbone in practice on Wednesday, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. He's considered to be out "indefinitely." Our data shows that WRs miss an average of 7.2 weeks with a broken collarbone. That timeline would keep Fuller out through Week 2.
Texans WR Will Fuller suffered "cracked ribs" in Sunday's loss to the Rams, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. "But the damage is not extensive & he may just miss one game," Rapoport adds. These types of injuries tend to come down to pain tolerance. And a WR like Fuller doesn't take a whole lot of contact. We'll continue to monitor his status, but he obviously shouldn't be in your Week 11 fantasy plans.
Texans WR Will Fuller is undergoing surgery on his broken collarbone and is expected to miss 2-3 months, according to the Houston Chronicle's John McClain. That's significantly longer than the 7.2 weeks WRs have missed with this injury on average. McClain's timetable would put Fuller back on the field sometime between Weeks 5 and 9.
The Chargers' #2 WR saw his targets go deeper but his TDs dry up in 2019. Could a change at QB unlock further fantasy football upside?9 hours ago Read More
Powered by Draft Sharks