Report: Brian Flores offers positive updates on Will Fuller, DeVante Parker and Albert Wilson

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Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores offered promising updates on three of his wide receivers who have been sidelined by injuries.

Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores said DeVante Parker, Albert Wilson and Will Fuller are close to returning fully and all would participate in Tuesday’s walkthrough,” Alain Poupart of SI.com reported.

“Asked if would they be participating if there was a full practice on Tuesday, he cracked that reporters should come to Wednesday’s practice and ‘they’re getting closer.’

“Asked if he’s worried about their availability early in the season, he said he wasn’t.”

Parker, who has dealt with numerous injuries during his time with the Dolphins, is expected to be a key component of the Dolphins’ starting lineup when he’s ready to get back on the field.

Fuller, who signed with the team as a free agent during the offseason, injured himself early in training camp. During his previous five seasons with the Houston Texans, he collected 209 receptions and scored 24 touchdowns.

Wilson, who’s set to start his third season with the Dolphins, grabbed 69 passes during his first two seasons with the team and could provide a talented receiving option for starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Hopefully, the trio of talented receivers is able to get back to full speed in the near future.