The Miami Dolphins have added a big-play threat to their offense by reportedly agreeing to a deal with free-agent wide receiver Will Fuller V.
Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero, Fuller will sign a one-year contract with the Dolphins.
While it's unclear how much Fuller will earn on his deal at this point, Miami will have no problem fitting his salary into its books. The team currently has $23.3 million in cap space for 2021, per Over the Cap.
2021 Dolphins Depth Chart
QB: Tua Tagovailoa, Jacoby Brissett, Jake Rudock
RB: Myles Gaskin, Malcolm Brown, Salvon Ahmed, Patrick Laird, Jordan Scarlett
WR 1: Will Fuller V
WR 2: DeVante Parker
WR 3: Preston Williams
TE: Durham Smythe, Mike Gesicki, Adam Shaheen, Chris Myarick
LT: Austin Jackson
LG: Ereck Flowers, Michael Deiter
C: Tyler Gauthier, Tom Cameron
RG: Solomon Kindley, Adam Pankey
RT: Robert Hunt, Jesse Davis, Jonathan Hubbard
LDE: Christian Wilkins, Jason Strowbridge, Nick Coe
NT: Raekwon Davis, Adam Butler, Benito Jones, Durval Queiroz Neto
RDE: Emmanuel Ogbah, Zach Sieler, Jonathan Ledbetter, Tyshun Render
WLB: Andrew Van Ginkel, Shaq Lawson
LB: Jerome Baker
LB: Calvin Munson
SLB: Sam Eguavoen, Kaylan Johnson
CB: Byron Jones, Nik Needham, Jamal Perry, Terrell Bonds
CB: Xavien Howard, Noah Igbinoghene, Tino Ellis
FS: Bobby McCain, Brandon Jones
SS: Eric Rowe, Clayton Fejedelem, Nate Holley, Brian Cole
The Dolphins have an intriguing receiving corps with the addition of Fuller, but it's also led by two very unreliable players. DeVante Parker had a career-high 1,202 yards in 2019 when he was healthy, but that remains the only time in six seasons he hasn't missed at least one game due to injuries.
Fuller never played a full 16-game schedule in five seasons with the Houston Texans. The 26-year-old seemed on track to do it in 2020, but his season came to an end after 11 games when the NFL announced he was suspended six games for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy.
Since Fuller was only able to serve five games at the end of last season, he will have to sit out Miami's first game in 2021.
When Fuller was on the field in 2020, he was an electric talent. The Notre Dame alum was Pro Football Focus's ninth-highest graded receiver (86.2). He set career highs with 53 receptions, 879 yards and eight touchdowns in just 11 games.
There has been speculation that the Dolphins could target either LSU's Ja'Marr Chase or Alabama's DeVonta Smith with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft.
Adding one of those players to a group with Fuller, Parker and tight end Mike Gesicki would certainly make things easier for Tua Tagovailoa heading into his second season.
Miami was already on the rise after a 10-6 record in 2020. If Fuller can stay healthy, he's got the potential to be a home-run hitter on the outside for an offense that ranked 15th in points per game and only had two players with more than 400 yards receiving last season.