Chargers Free Agency

Three free agents the Los Angeles Chargers could still add

Reese Nasser
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Will Fuller
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Will Fuller, WR

Will Fuller is one of the most explosive players in the NFL when he's healthy. He has recorded 213 career receptions, 3,136 receiving yards, and 24 touchdowns over 55 games. He has also averaged 14.7 yards per reception throughout his career.

Fuller’s best year came in 2020, his final season with the Houston Texans. He finished the season with 53 receptions, 879 receiving yards, eight touchdowns, and 16.6 yards per reception. He set career-highs in every category, all while playing in just 11 games. 

The biggest issue with Fuller is that he so often struggles with staying on the field. Since entering the NFL in 2016, Fuller has never played a full season. He has played more than 11 games in a season just once and has missed a total of 42 games. 

In 2021, Fuller was on the field for just 65 plays. He played in just two games for the Miami Dolphins after signing a one-year deal last offseason. 

This upcoming year could be where Fuller can showcase just how good he can be. A wide receiver room consisting of him, alongside Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, and Jalen Guyton could be one of one most exciting in the NFL. Due to his injury history, Fuller could be the perfect candidate to sign a team-friendly deal. One more “prove-it” contract could be what he's looking for. Going to the Chargers could be a perfect opportunity for both parties.