Kyle Brandon Fuller, a cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League, was born on February 16, 1992. He played NCAA football for Virginia Tech until the Chicago Bears selected him in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
Fuller, a Baltimore, Maryland, native, played football at Mount Saint Joseph High School. In spite of missing the majority of the season due to a finger injury, he played in the Maryland Crab Bowl his senior year and made one interception.
As a true freshman in 2010, Fuller started seven games, mostly in the Hokies’ nickel defense.
He made 32 tackles, four of which were for a loss, six pass breakups, and one forced fumble.
Fuller took part in Virginia Tech’s pro day on March 19, 2014, but he decided to stand on his combined stats and merely do positional drills. On March 23, 2021, Fuller agreed to a one-year, $9.5 million deal with the Denver Broncos.
Fuller, 30, had a bit of a roller-coaster season in 2021 with the Denver Broncos, but he believed he still had enough excellent football left in him at the end of the year. A year prior, after being released by the Chicago Bears, he had signed a prove-it, one-year $9.5 million contract.
Fuller missed the Broncos’ week 8 game against Washington due to poor performance after potentially missing out on playing time in prior games to Nate Hairston and Patrick Surtain II.
Fuller committed to the Baltimore Ravens on May 24, 2022.