The Packers Are Reportedly Looking To Trade For Texans Receiver Will Fuller V

Will Fuller appears to be sought after by several different NFL teams. According to Aaron Reiss of The Athletic, the Texans receiver has garnered a lot of interest on the trade market.


Fuller currently is in the option year of his rookie contract, at a salary of $10.162 million.

The texans have been no strangers to trading some of their best players in recent years. The latest? Trading superstar receiver Deandre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals for an aging David Johnson.

Now that Bill O’Brien has been fired, the Texans need to set a new direction. It probably makes sense that that don’t want to trade Fuller ( or anyone else) for nothing. They have to build around what they have, and they have what plenty of teams are missing. A quarterback. They need to maximize the amount of talent around Deshaun Watson, not continue to remove all of his good weapons.

If Will Fuller is really on the move, he’d be a hot commodity. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have been looking for a complimentary receiver to pair with Davante Adams for a long time. Will Fuller could be that guy.

Can you imagine Aaron Rodgers having Adams AND Fuller at his disposal? That might be game over for the NFC North. For now, Fuller appears to be staying put, though. That is unless the Texans get an offer that they simply can’t refuse.

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