Report: Will Fuller out several weeks with ‘significant’ hamstring strain
The Houston Texans lost Sunday’s game to the Indianapolis Colts, and it appears that they’ll be losing a key member of their offense for a while as well.
Wide receiver Will Fuller suffered a “significant” hamstring strain early in Sunday’s game, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, and is expected to miss multiple weeks as a result.
#Texans WR Will Fuller, who exited yesterday’s game early, has a rather significant hamstring pull, source said. Based on recent tests results, he’s expected to miss several weeks.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 21, 2019
Fuller has been underwhelming this season with the exception of a monster Week 6 performance against Atlanta, where he made 14 catches for 217 yards and all three of his touchdowns in 2019 to date. Despite some significant struggles at other points in the year, he was still one of Deshaun Watson’s favored targets in the Houston offense, and his presence will be missed.