Fuller committed to a deal that will pay him $2.567 million over the course of three years. Should he be dismissed prior to the end of the 2022 season, his salary cap charge would be $707,333, and his dead cap hit will be $7,000.
Fuller continued his education by transferring to Tulsa as a graduate student, and he turned in a successful performance during his one and only season with the Golden Hurricane.
He finished with a combined total of 42 tackles, including 4.5 tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, three interceptions, and ten pass breakups.
The Bills have consistently ranked as having one of the league’s best secondary units, and Fuller will be joining a one that is brimming with talent. Tre’Davious White, Siran Neal, and Taron Johnson are all back for the team, while Dane Jackson, who performed admirably when given more playing time last season, is also among the returning players.
Both Kaiir Elam and Christian Benford were selected in the draft and added to the team. The positional group is completed by Olaijah Griffin, Tim Harris, Ja’Marcus Ingram, Cam Lewis, and Nick McCloud.
It is unlikely that Fuller will be included on Buffalo’s 53-man roster due to the abundance of skill that the Bills possess at the cornerback position. Even though Tre’Davious White is making progress in his recovery from an ACL injury, it is highly doubtful that Fuller will be the player to take Tre’Davious White’s spot on the roster if he opens the year on the PUP list.
How Much Does Travon Fuller Make?
Travon Fuller receives a signing bonus of $7,000 in addition to an average annual salary of $855,667.