CB Fuller returns home, gets deal with Ravens

by Ricardo Gutierrez - Cornerback Kyler Fuller has reached a one-year contract agreement with the Ravens.

CB Fuller returns home, gets deal with Ravens

CB Kyle Fuller returns home, agrees to one-year contract with Baltimore Ravens 1:14 PM ET ESPN Veteran cornerback Kyle Fuller is returning home, agreeing to a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens , the team announced Tuesday. Fuller, who was born in Baltimore and is a two-time Pro Bowl selection and a first-team All-Pro in 2018, played last season for the Denver Broncos . He joins a depth chart in Baltimore that is led by starters Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters and includes 2022 fourth-round draft picks Jalyn Armour-Davis and Damarion Williams . Fuller, 30, had a bit of a roller-coaster year with the Broncos but exited last season believing he still had plenty of quality football left in him. He had signed a prove-it, one-year $9.5 million deal a year ago after he was released by the Chicago Bears . Editor's Picks 1 Related He opened the season as one of the team's starters at cornerback, but he struggled almost immediately and rookie Pat Surtain II soon supplanted him in the lineup. Fuller did not play in four of the last 11 games of the season. Some of it was also bad timing for Fuller as Surtain, who was the Broncos' first-round pick last April, showed early in training camp it wouldn't be long until he was in the starting lineup. Surtain became a starter in Week 2. Fuller didn't return to the lineup as a regular until injuries to Surtain and Bryce Callahan forced him into the slot corner role, something he had not done in his NFL career. Then-coach Vic Fangio consistently praised Fuller's willingness to play in that role down stretch "especially since he's never done it before in the NFL." Fuller had 15 interceptions in his first four seasons in the league, including a league-leading seven in 2018, but has had four in the last three seasons combined, including none this past season. ESPN's Jeff Legwold contributed to this report.