NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Will Fuller (broken finger) is considered week-to-week.
Fuller suffered the hand injury in the second quarter of Miami's Week 4 matchup with the Colts and did not return. The speedy receiver's time with the Dolphins is off to a disastrous start. He missed Week 1 while wrapping up a suspension he was slapped with at the end of last year. Then he missed the following week with a personal issue. Now that he is considered week-to-week, Fuller will likely play just a handful of games in the first half of his only season outside of Houston. Jaylen Waddle should take on a larger role with Fuller out. Waddle has been used primarily on short throws to start his rookie season but the loss of Fuller could greatly expand his route tree. Albert Wilson should be next in line for WR3 duties but Preston Williams, who was a healthy scratch last week, may obscure that assumption if he returns to the gameday roster in Week 5.
SOURCE: Ian Rapoport on Twitter Oct 4, 2021, 1:33 PM ET