CB Kyle Fuller, who has returned home, signs a one-year contract to Baltimore Ravens

Veteran cornerback Kyle Fuller Returning home, he has agreed to a 1-year contract with The Baltimore RavensThe team announced Tuesday.

Fuller was born in Baltimore. He is a two time Pro Bowl selection as well as a first-team All Pro in 2018. Denver Broncos.

He is part of a Baltimore depth chart that is led in part by starters Marlon Humphrey And Marcus Peters The 2022 fourth-round draft picks are included Jalyn Armour-Davis And Damarion Williams.

Fuller (30) had a rollercoaster year with Broncos, but he left last season feeling that he still had quality football in him. A prove-it, $9.5 million contract was signed by Fuller a year before he was released. Chicago Bears.

Although he started the season at cornerback as one of the team’s starters, he struggled to get the job done almost immediately. Pat Surtain II He was soon replaced by another player. Fuller did not participate in four of 11 games this season.

Fuller had to be disappointed by the timing of Surtain's selection last April. Surtain showed early that he wouldn't take long before he was in Fuller's starting lineup. Surtain was named a starter in Week 2.

Fuller did not return to the lineup to play as a regular player until Surtain was injured. Bryce Callahan He was forced to take the slot corner job, something he hadn't done in his NFL NFL career. Vic Fangio, the then-coach, consistently praised Fuller’s willingness to fill that role down the stretch, “especially because he's not done it before in NFL.”

Fuller's first four seasons in league saw him intercept 15 passes, which included a league-leading seven in 2018. He has now had four interceptions over the past three seasons, with none this season.

This report was contributed to by Jeff Legwold from ESPN.

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