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Fuller suffers torn ACL

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Devin Fuller has suffered a torn ACL. An MRI revealed the injury after he suffered the injury on Friday during training camp.

He left the field with the trainer. This is the second straight season that Fuller has suffered a season-ending injury.

Devin Fuller (Getty Images)

Devin Fuller (Getty Images)

“I know it was [a] knee, but I don’t know what,” Falcons head coach Dan Quinn said earlier on Friday when he was interviewed by reporters. “I’ll have an update for you on Fuller tomorrow. [Trainer] Marty [Lauzon] said he was going to go and the [doctors] were going to be here [on Friday] to evaluate him. I don’t know the severity of it yet.”

Fuller was a seventh-round pick by the Falcons last season after playing college football with the UCLA Bruins. He missed all of last season after suffering a shoulder injury in the preseason.

Fuller, while with the Bruins in Los Angeles, he had a 146 receptions for 1,322 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also had six carries for six yards along with an additional touchdown.

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