Fuller finished 2021 with 77 tackles, 16 pass defenses, one interception and one sack in 16 games. Fuller missed Week 15 on the reserve/COVID-19 list but otherwise played every game, taking 96.9 percent of Washington's defensive snaps in those contests. While he started the year slow and took some blame as one of the veteran leaders of an underperforming defense, Fuller ultimately put together another solid campaign, tying for sixth in the league in passes defended and getting the second-best PFF grade (81.5) of his career. He'll turn 27 in February and should be back as a key starter next year, with two seasons remaining on a four-year, $40 million contract.
ASHBURN, Va. -- The Washington Football Team's defense received reinforcements Friday as cornerback Kendall Fuller and safety Kam Curl were activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list, the team announced. Backup quarterback Kyle Allen and linebacker Milo Eifler also were taken off the list. That leaves Washington with only five players on...
Nearly two dozen rostered players on the Washington Football Team were sidelined at one point over the last two weeks due to COVID-19 protocols. Starting cornerback Kendall Fuller was one of them, as he was forced to miss Washington's 27-17 loss to Philadelphia on Tuesday. Speaking with the media on...
In a sign the worst of the Washington Football Team’s coronavirus outbreak may be behind it, the team activated starting cornerback Kendall Fuller, starting safety Kam Curl, backup quarterback Kyle Allen and backup linebacker Milo Eifler from the covid-19 reserve list Friday while placing defensive end Nate Orchard on it.
Friday afternoon the Football Team in our nation’s capital announced a number of roster moves leading up to their Sunday Night matchup in Dallas. Washington was thankful to add some players back to the active roster from the reserve/COVID-19 list. Backup quarterback Kyle Allen, safety Kamren Curl, undrafted free agent linebacker Milo Eifler and starting cornerback Kendall Fuller all made their way off the COVID list. The WFT did lose defensive end Nate Orchard to the COVID list, however.
The names started trickling in this morning, but the Washington Football Team made it official that 4 players have cleared COVID-19 protocols and will rejoin the team. Washington will practice today, and determine who can travel to Dallas to play the Cowboys. There was some hope that Taylor Heinicke and...
Fuller (illness) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday. Fuller landed on the COVID-19 list after testing positive for the virus last week, and he's now back after missing one game and clearing the health and safety protocols. Prior to the absence, the 26-year-old had missed only a handful of defensive snaps all season and has 64 tackles (54 solo), one sack and one interception in 13 games.
Kendall Fuller, Tim Settle join Washington Football Team's growing COVID-19 list ahead of key game vs. Philadelphia Eagles
ASHBURN, Va. -- The Washington Football Team placed two more key players on the reserve/COVID-19 list, adding to a growing list as they fight to stay in the playoff race. Washington placed corner Kendall Fuller and reserve defensive tackle Tim Settle on the COVID list Tuesday, joining eight other players. The WFT placed Jon Allen on the list Monday. It also has defensive ends Montez Sweat, James Smith-Williams and Casey Toohill on the list.
Washington announced two more defensive players have been added to the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Kendall Fuller and Tim Settle are the latest additions to a growing list of players who will miss time. CB Darryl Roberts was placed on the reserve list 3 days ago. He is vaccinated and has now been activated after having two negative tests 24 hours apart. The team must now hope that other vaccinated players will be able to be activated after following the NFL’s procedure to return to action.
Fuller (undisclosed) has been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. Fuller is expected to face at least 10 days of isolation, as he is apparently unvaccinated. In his absence, Troy Apke and Danny Johnson are candidates to replace him at cornerback opposite William Jackson.