Reports: Kendall Fuller going back to Washington on four-year deal

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Cornerback Kendall Fuller is set to return to the Washington Redskins after two years in Kansas City, according to multiple reports.

Fuller was dealt by Washington to the Chiefs as part of a trade package that brought quarterback Alex Smith to D.C. in 2018. Fuller is now going back to the team that selected him in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft on a four-year deal worth close to $40 million, per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.

Fuller appeared in 26 games over the last two seasons for Kansas City with 19 total starts. As a full-time starter in 15 games in 2018, Fuller had 82 total tackles with two interceptions. He appeared in 11 games with four starts last season for the Chiefs, recording 49 tackles and a sack.

8 responses to “Reports: Kendall Fuller going back to Washington on four-year deal

  1. An excellent young corner (plays best in the slot) at a very reasonable price. Well done Skins.

  2. bengaldivorcee says:
    March 17, 2020 at 12:43 am
    How he not starting games at CB for KC?
    He did. After all their good CBs got hurt.

  3. As a Chiefs fan I was excited when we got Fuller. As a Chiefs fan I don’t feel Fuller was near as good as he was supposed to be and I’m not losing any sleep that he’s leaving. I just don’t know that he ever played at a high level but just for a game or 2.

    I do wish him well, unless he’s playing KC, and hope he’ll perform better in Washington better.

  4. every offseason i worry about what the chiefs are going to do at CB but they always seem to figure it out

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