Fuller enjoying life with Dolphins: 'I love the culture here'
"Ever since I've been here, it's been great," the former Houston Texans wide receiver said Friday, according to Grant Gordon of NFL.com. "I love the culture here. It's just been easy to be here. Like I said, I've been in the building as much as I can. I enjoy being here. I'm happy the Dolphins took a chance on me."
Miami gave Fuller a $10-million contract to bolster a receiving corps that struggled in 2020. The Dolphins also drafted Jaylen Waddle sixth overall and will add the two speedsters to a group that already features DeVante Parker and Preston Williams.
"You can't teach speed, and we do have that on this team," said Fuller. "Not just me and Waddle, there are other players with speed, too. It's going to be fun. We're going to do what the coaches ask of us, and we just going to be playing fast, and we going to make some stuff happen."
Fuller was in the midst of a career year last season, posting 879 yards and eight touchdowns across 11 contests, before being suspended six games for a failed drug test. He'll serve the end of his ban in Week 1 of the 2021 campaign and debut against the Buffalo Bills in Week 2.
The Dolphins went 10-6 last year but ranked 22nd in offense and missed the playoffs for the fourth year in a row. Along with the changes out wide, Miami shook up its offensive coaching staff, naming Eric Studesville and George Godsey co-coordinators to take over for Chan Gailey.
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