Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller is out indefinitely with a broken collarbone after leaving Wednesday's practice with the injury.
Fuller was a first-round pick in 2016 and earned a starting spot opposite DeAndre Hopkins.
Dropped passes were an issue for Fuller, but head coach Bill O'Brien said Fuller worked diligently in the offseason and was looking like a more complete receiver.
Fuller caught 47 passes for 635 yards and two touchdowns last season.
Typical recovery from a collarbone injury to resume football contact is 6-8 weeks.
Behind Fuller as the No. 3 receiver for the Texans are Jaelen Strong and Braxton Miller. Miller was the 85th overall pick in 2016 but minor injuries kept him from making a major impact as a rookie.
Strong, a third-rounder in 2015, was used in the slot in some spots last season with Miller sidelined.