NFL Pro Bowl CB: Denver Broncos
Career Highlights: Pro Bowl Cornerback Kyle Fuller spent the first seven years with the Chicago Bears before recently signing with the Denver Broncos in March 2021. A two-time Pro Bowler, Fuller was named First-Team All Pro in 2018 and selected to his first Pro Bowl. Fuller started 94 of 96 games for the Bears, producing 328 tackles, 19 interceptions, and four forced fumbles. In his career-best season in 2019, Fuller posted 82 combined tackles (72 solo tackles), and seven interceptions (NFL interceptions co-leader). In his rookie season in 2014, he ranked first in the NFL in interceptions with four, and first in forced fumbles with three, and was named to the All-Rookie Team. Fuller, who became the first Bears rookie since Chris Harris in 2005 to record two interceptions in a game, received the 2015 Brian Piccolo Award. Selected 14th overall in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft, Fuller played college football at Virginia Tech where his honors included being named 2011 Second-Team All-ACC, 2012 Honorable Mention All-ACC, and 2013 Third-Team All-ACC, in addition to being a 2013 Second-Team All-American.