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Look for some unexpected players to make a name for themselves in Miami with their wide receiving corps looking more like a chorus line of Walking Dead characters.
One name who has surprised lately is Jeff Fuller, the undrafted free agent out of Texas A&M. Ryan Tannehill's main target in college was brought on after an underwhelming senior season with a lot to prove. His fall out of the draft came just a year after he was discussed as a potential first-round pick after a fantastic junior season.
Odds were long that Fuller would make the active roster despite a dearth of talent at the position. The hill to climb was steep for the rookie with Brian Hartline, Davone Bess, Legedu Naanee, Roberto Wallace, Julius Pruitt, Rishard Matthews, B.J. Cunningham and even Chad Johnson ahead of him on the depth chart.
He seems to have climbed that hill in recent weeks, even getting some run with the first-team offense against the Panthers in preseason Week 2. He had a good performance in the game, and another one will seal his spot on the team.