5 WRs Chicago Bears should avoid in NFL free agency 2022

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4. Will Fuller

We are not sure what anyone can expect from Will Fuller at this point which makes him the ultimate stay-away player. In 2020, Fuller had his best, and healthiest season. Unfortunately, he also happened to get slapped with a PED suspension that same season.

Coming off of the suspension, he never got things started in Miami. He missed time with an injury, then had a personal issue that caused him to step away from the team. Finally, a finger injury derailed his season.

Taking away any personal questions, Fuller cannot stay healthy. The only time he did it appears he was being aided by something illegal. At this point, the price to obtain his services may be at an all-time low. When he is on the field, every quarterback has better stats because of the presence that he brings. Still, the juice is not worth the squeeze for a player who had such a poor 2021 season and has so many questions surrounding what he brings.