Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller has been voted the 95th best player in the NFL in a poll of league players conducted by NFL Network.
The 2014 first-round draft pick was featured on Monday night's episode of "The Top 100 Players of 2019," which unveiled players ranked Nos. 91-100.
Last season Fuller was named first-team All-Pro and voted to his first Pro Bowl after tying for the NFL lead with a career-high seven interceptions, the most by a Bears player since Tim Jennings led the league with nine in 2012. Fuller also topped the NFL with 21 pass breakups and leads the league with 43 the last two seasons.
Fuller registered two interceptions in a Week 6 game in Miami and later picked off passes in three consecutive contests against the Lions, Giants and Rams. His interception in the end zone in Detroit late in the fourth quarter clinched a 23-16 win on Thanksgiving Day.
In a 41-9 victory over the Bills Nov. 4 in Buffalo, Fuller had an interception and broke up two other passes that resulted in picks by teammates Adrian Amos Jr. and Leonard Floyd, who returned his interception 19 yards for a touchdown.
This is Fuller's first appearance on NFL Network's Top 100 Players list.