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The #Ravens have signed CB Kyle Fuller according to multiple reports.

Written by Tanner Phifer

The Baltimore #Ravens have signed CB Kyle Fuller according to multiple reports. Fuller, 30, was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft and played college football at Virginia Tech. After spending the first six seasons of his career in Chicago, he was eventually released by the team on March 20th, 2021. Fuller signed a one year, $9.5 million contract with the Denver Broncos on March 23, 2021. Fuller was a highly speculated trade candidate given that he was not playing well with his time for the Broncos, but they did not end up trading him. He played out the season in Denver but lost playing time to rookie CB Patrick Surtain.

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Fuller brings some nice stats to the Baltimore Ravens but is likely going to be providing depth for the team, as their secondary now consists of CB’s Marcus Peters, Brandon Stephens, Marlon Humphrey, Jayln Armour-Davis, Damarion Williams, and now Kyle Fuller. To add to that secondary are safeties Marcus Williams, Chuck Clark, Kyle Hamilton, and Tony Jefferson. The Ravens suffered an injury plagued 2021 season, and wanted to make sure that they have plenty of depth heading into 2022. Fuller has recorded 19 interceptions, 86 pass deflections, four forced fumbles, and 441 total tackles in his career. Though its worth mentioning that he has not recorded more than 3 interceptions since 2018 when he has a career high seven picks.

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