Dolphins' Fuller reportedly will play in Week 3 after returning to team

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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Will Fuller returned to the club Monday after leaving the team last week to deal with a personal issue, coach Brian Flores said, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Fuller, who hadn't provided a timetable for his return, is participating in team activities again, per NFL Network's Cameron Wolfe.

Miami's prized free-agent signee, who's reportedly believed to be in a better headspace after recharging over the weekend, will make his Dolphins debut Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders, Wolfe adds.

Fuller, 27, also missed Miami's Week 1 contest to complete a suspension he received last year for failing a drug test.

The Dolphins inked Fuller to a one-year, $10-million contract to help open up their passing game. He posted career highs with 53 receptions for 879 yards and eight touchdowns with the Houston Texans last season.

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