Broncos Agree to 1-year Deal with Former All Pro CB Kyle Fuller

Kyle Fuller returns an interception for the Bears against the Chargers as new teammate Melvin Gordon chases in pursuit at Soldier Field (Photo: Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images)

Relationships matter in the NFL, and it's safe to assume when the Bears made the difficult decision to release 2-time Pro Bowl Cornerback Kyle Fuller because of salary cap issues, his relationship with Broncos Head Coach Vic Fangio played a role in getting him to Denver.

Saturday, shortly after he was released by Chicago, the former All-Pro agreed to terms with the Broncos on a 1-year $9.5 Million Deal with a possibility to earn an extra $500 Thousand if he makes 1st Team All-Pro in 2021.

Fuller was the Bears 1st round pick (14th overall) in 2021. He's spent all 7 of his NFL seasons in the Windy City where he's snagged 19 interceptions and 82 pass deflections. His 2 Pro Bowl seasons came in 2018 and 2019.

Fuller is one of 2 families (the Browner's being the other) to have 4 brothers all play in the NFL. His oldest brother Vincent played safety for the Titans. Next in line is Corey who's a free agent wide receiver that's played for the Lions and Saints. The youngest of the four, Kendall currently plays cornerback for Washington but was on the Chiefs Super Bowl 54 team.

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