Baltimore Ravens sign cornerback Kyle Fuller

Former Denver Broncos star returns to his home city on one-year deal to strength Ravens' struggling secondary.

The Baltimore Ravens have continued to improve their secondary by signing cornerback Kyle Fuller to a one-year deal.
He adds depth to their defensive backs which include Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters in the CB position - once they have recovered from injuries which ended their 2021 season.
Without them, the Ravens struggled against the pass, giving up an NFL-high 4,986 passing yards.
Fuller has twice been selected for the Pro Bowl.
He had a league-leading seven interceptions in 2018 but has not made such a big impact since.
Last season he spent at Denver Broncos but after being a starter in the opening game of the campaign he soon lost his place.
He started his NFL career in 2014 at the Chicago Bears but he is a Baltimore native so a return to Maryland could be just what's required to give the 30-year-old a boost.
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