Last week, the Baltimore Ravens gave cornerback Kyle Fuller a one-year contract after signing him to a deal. He brings a senior presence to the club and the ability to play both inside and outside, which is highly valuable for a team that endured a variety of ailments in their secondary the previous year.
On Tuesday, Fuller took the next step in making his move to Baltimore official by signing a contract with the team. On Wednesday, his jersey number was revealed.
The terms of his contract were also disclosed, and according to Field Yates of ESPN, it was a $2.5 million deal that included a base salary of $1.12 million in addition to a signing bonus of $1.38 million. The details of his deal were also published.
Before he joined the Ravens, on March 23, 2021, he agreed to terms with the Denver Broncos that would pay him $9.5 million over the course of one season.
After losing any potential playing time in the previous weeks to Nate Hairston and Patrick Surtain II, Fuller did not participate in the game that the Broncos played against Washington in week 8 because of his poor performance in previous games.
How Much Does Kyle Fuller Make?
Kyle Fuller makes an average of $2,500,000 per year. Fuller will receive a base salary of $1,120,000 and a signing bonus of $1,380,000 in 2022, with a $2,500,000 cap hit.