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Bears’ Jaylon Johnson focused on picking up where Kyle Fuller left off

As a rookie, Bears cornerback Jaylon Johnson’s job was to learn from Kyle Fuller. In his second year, Johnson has to become him. “Kyle was our No. 1,” Johnson told the Sun-Times on Tuesday. “Now that he’s gone I’ve got the most snaps and the most experience at that position. It kind of turned quickly once he left.”
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Kyle Fuller hired as Northwestern chief of police

Northwestern Oklahoma State University has a new chief of police: Kyle Fuller. The new chief has taken on this position while also enrolled as a student in the psychology department. He’s currently a junior. “I think psychology is appropriate for law enforcement just to get an idea about how people...

Kyle Fuller hired as Northwestern Chief of Police

Kyle Fuller has been hired at Northwestern's chief of police. Northwestern Oklahoma State University has a new chief of police -- Kyle Fuller. The new chief has taken on this position while also enrolled as a student in the psychology department. He’s currently a junior. “I think psychology is appropriate...
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Chicago Bears: Can Jaylon Johnson replace Kyle Fuller?

As a rookie cornerback, not too many people were displeased with the results of the Chicago Bears second-round selection from Utah, Jaylon Johnson. It helped that he was not required to be the main guy and played opposite Kyle Fuller. However, as Bears Wire pointed out, Jaylon Johnson was in...

Seahawks guard Kyle Fuller signs exclusive rights free agent tender

Seattle Seahawks guard Kyle Fuller will be staying in the Emerald City this season after signing his exclusive rights free agent tender on Tuesday. The move was noted on the NFL’s official transaction report. Fuller was originally selected by the Texans in the seventh round of the 2017 NFL draft...

Bears Over Beers: Kyle Fuller and Free Agency Roundup

Kyle Fuller is member of the Denver Broncos. Because of course he is. Chicago Bears GM Ryan Pace had a bill come due for an increasing number of missteps and paid off the debt with Kyle Fuller’s release. This move, unsurprisingly, left the Bears Over Beers crew upset with Pace’s mishandling of the roster and his continued failure to understand value. They talk Kyle Fuller’s legacy with the Bears and how the Bears can replace their CB1 before recapping a dud of a free agency period.

Ryan Pace: Cutting Kyle Fuller was unavoidable

The Bears explored all options before releasing two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Kyle Fuller — including a contract revision and a trade. But the painful roster move was unavoidable in a year the salary cap dropped from $198.2 million in 2020 to $182.5 million in 2021 because of coronavirus-related revenue losses, general manager Ryan Pace said Friday.
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Could Tyson Campbell replace Kyle Fuller in 2021 NFL Draft?

Tyson Campbell has been on the radar for a long-time. The former 5-star recruit at cornerback got on the field as a true freshman for the Georgia Bulldogs and has been starting for them over the past three years. Below you can see the career stats of Tyson Campbell at...

Broncos' Kyle Fuller: Coach excited for reunion

Coach Vic Fangio said of Fuller, "We're going to do everything we can to get (him) back to that 2018 form," Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Fuller earned the lone All-Pro selection of his NFL career while Fangio served as his defensive coordinator in Chicago during 2018. The former Virginia Tech standout recorded a league-high seven interceptions that season while holding opponents to a passer rating of 63.7, according to Pro Football Reference. Fuller wasn't quite as successful after Fangio left town, allowing a 102.0 passer rating in 2019 and last season collecting just one interception while conceding five passing touchdowns over 83 targets. New Broncos GM George Patton hopes a Mile High reunion between Fuller and his former coach will revert the 29-year-old to Pro Bowl form.

‘Healthy now,’ CB Desmond Trufant ready to replace Kyle Fuller

Bears fans may forever see new cornerback Desmond Trufant as the man who replaced Kyle Fuller after his surprising release last week. Trufant, though, isn’t intimidated by the situation. “I’ve got a lot of respect for [Fuller],” Trufant, who signed a one-year deal Saturday, said on a Zoom call Thursday....

Kyle Fuller eager to join Broncos' talented secondary

Even before signing Pro Bowl cornerback Kyle Fuller last week, the Denver Broncos had a talented secondary. After adding Fuller and bringing back safety Kareem Jackson, the secondary depth chart looks impressive. At cornerback, Fuller will be joined by Ronald Darby, Bryce Callahan, Michael Ojemudia and Essang Bassey. Behind them,...
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WATCH: Chicago Bears Free Agency Grades On Andy Dalton, Allen Robinson, Kyle Fuller, Desmond Trufant

NFL Free Agency is one week old and the Chicago Bears have added and lost several players. Allen Robinson was placed under the franchise tag of just under $18 million as he’s set to return for the 2021 season. The Bears signed Andy Dalton and Desmond Trufant while re-signing Mario Edwards, Germain Ifedi and Cairo Santos. Chicago lost Kyle Fuller, Roy Robertson-Harris, Mitchell Trubisky and Barkevious Mingo. Host Harrison Graham hands out some Bears Free Agency Grades on Bears Now by Chat Sports.

Under Center Podcast: Andy Dalton presser and Kyle Fuller release

In a weekend filled with high emotions and confusion, the Bears have left fans in a very odd place. Host Ken Davis, Eric Strobel, and Alex Shapiro breakdown everything that's happened including, the Andy Dalton press conference that didn't feature Ryan Pace or Matt Nagy, the Bears releasing star cornerback Kyle Fuller, Allen Robinson signing his franchise tag, the Bears attempted signing of WR Kenny Golladay, and the Bears reportedly allowing Akiem Hicks to seek a trade. This has been a weird week and it's probably going to get weirder.

Kyle Fuller: ‘I understood’ why Bears moved on

Most Bears fans don’t understand the team’s decision to cut cornerback Kyle Fuller. The man himself does — or at least could read the free-agent market as though it was a receiver on a slant route. “I think I understood, I guess, everything that was going on,” he said Monday...
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New Broncos cornerback Kyle Fuller was 'prepared' for release from Bears

(670 The Score) New Broncos cornerback Kyle Fuller wasn't caught by surprise when the Bears officially released him Saturday afternoon. Fuller understood that the NFL's diminished salary cap for 2021 was forcing teams to make difficult decisions to release key players. He also knew the Bears were over the salary cap and would be forced into such a move at some point. So that's why Chicago let him go, as it saved $11 million against the cap by releasing Fuller, who then quickly signed with Denver on a one-year, $9-million deal.

DNVR Broncos Podcast: How Kyle Fuller changes Denver’s defense… and their draft plans

The guys discuss Denver landing Kyle Fuller, talk about how it impacts who they draft, answer listener questions and much more. Zac Stevens was born and raised in Denver, went to the University of Denver and now covers the Denver Broncos. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from DU in 2014, Zac worked for the Cleveland Browns as a remote scout. He then jumped straight into the journalism industry at the beginning of 2016 covering the reigning world-champion Broncos and joined DNVR soon after. Catch him on Twitter @ZacStevensDNVR and daily on the DNVR Broncos podcast as the co-host.