Will Fuller out for Dolphins this Sunday

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Former Notre Dame star receiver Will Fuller was supposed to make his Miami Dolphins debut against the Buffalo Bills this weekend but that won’t be the case as he’s been ruled out of Sunday’s contest due to a personal matter.

Dolphins head coach Brian Flores said Fuller’s situation will be considered a day-to-day issue and that the speedy wide receiver would remain on the active roster.

“I respect his privacy. … We support Will,” Flores said.

This is Fuller’s sixth season in the NFL as he spent the first five as a member of the Houston Texans who selected him in the first round of the 2016 NFL draft.

Fuller missed the Dolphins opener as he was serving the last game of a suspension that was handed down in 2020.

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