Will Fuller has made himself right at home inside NRG Stadium.
For the second week in row, the rookie wide receiver scored a touchdown in a Texans preseason game at NRG Stadium. Fuller caught a 26-yard pass from Brock Osweiler deep down the right side of the field to give the Texans a 24-10 lead with 2:44 remaining in the second quarter.
"Will's a very special football player," Osweiler said to Texans Radio during the game. "What people really need to know about him – obviously everybody knows about his speed, they saw him all last season, they saw him at the combine – but it's his work ethic. That's what really makes him special. He comes in every single day, he works extremely hard, studies hard and practices hard. We expect big things out of Will this season."
The Texans 2016 first-round draft pick led the team with three catches for 67 yards and a touchdown. His 35-yard reception in the first quarter was the longest offensive play of the Texans preseason.
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