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PRO CAREER: Selected to his first Pro Bowl after the 2018 season and named to Associated Press All-Pro team after tying for first in the NFL with seven interceptions ... has started 62-of-64 games for the Bears (2014-18), producing 250 tackles, 5 TFLs, 15 interceptions, 62 pass breakups and 3 forced fumbles … led the Bears in interceptions in 2015 (2) after tying for the team lead in 2014 (4) ... enjoyed a breakout season in 2017, totaling 68 total tackles, two interceptions and 22 passes defensed ... was one of only two players in the NFL with at least 65 tackles and 20 passes defensed during the regular season. … in 2014 ranked 1st in interceptions and tied for 1st in forced fumbles among rookies … was the 6th Bears player all-time to lead NFL rookies in interceptions and first since Charles Tillman tied for 1st in 2003 … one of two players in the NFL in 2014 with 4 interceptions and 3 forced fumbles ... became first Bears rookie since Chris Harris in 2005 to record 2 interceptions in a game, with both coming in the 4th quarter at San Francisco, leading to two Chicago touchdowns, including the game winning score ... named to PFWA All-Rookie team following the 2014 season ... recorded five tackles and one pass defense in first playoff game vs. PHI (1/6/19).
HONORS & AWARDS: 2014: NFL All-Rookie Team (PFWA, Gil Brandt), NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month (September), NFC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 2 at SF), NFL Rookie of the Week (Week 3 at NYJ), Brian Piccolo Award. 2018- Pro Bowl, AP All-Pro, Sporting News All-Pro, PFWA All-NFL.
2018 SEASON: Selected to his first Pro Bowl and named to Associated Press All-Pro team after tying for first in the NFL with seven interceptions ... started all 16 games, recording 55 tackles, seven interceptions and 21 pass defensed ... picked off Brock Osweiler twice in Miami, becoming the first Bears player to record two interceptions in a game since he did it as a rookie in 2014 ... intercepted Matt Stafford in the end zone late in the fourth quarter to seal the Thanksgiving Day victory at DET ... recorded three tackles and one pass defense in Wild Card game vs. PHI.
PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2017: Enjoyed a breakout season, totaling 68 total tackles, two interceptions and 22 passes defensed while starting all 16 games ... was one of only two players in the NFL with at least 65 tackles and 20 passes defensed during the regular season ... Fuller’s two interceptions came in Week 13 vs. San Francisco and Week 16 vs. Cleveland ... during that win over the Browns he also recorded a career-high six passes defensed – the most by an NFL player in 2017 and the most by a Bears player since 1994 ... of his 22 passes defensed, none were bigger than the one in Week 6 at Baltimore when he deflected a Joe Flacco pass along the sideline that led to 90-yard interception return for a touchdown by Adrian Amos in a 27-24 overtime victory over the Ravens. 2016: Spent 2016 on Injured Reserve. 2015: Started all 16 games at CB, manufacturing 56 tackles, 2 interceptions (led team) and 19 pass breakups (2nd on team) … added 1 STT. 2014: Led all NFL rookies with 4 interceptions (sixth player in franchise history to accomplish the feat) and tied for league lead among rookies with 3 forced fumbles … appeared in all 16 contests for Chicago making 14 starts (Games 3-16), recording 73 tackles, 10 PBUs and 3 TFLs … also gathered 2 tackles on special teams … one-of-two NFL players, along with Detroit’s James Ihedigbo, to record at least 4 interceptions and 3 forced fumbles.
COLLEGE: Finished his career at Virginia Tech (2010-13) starting 41-of-50 games, accumulating 6 INTs, 34 PBUs, 173 tackles – including 23.5 TFLs and 4.5 sacks – 4 FFs and 1 FR … added 1 blocked kick and 3 PRs for 41 yards (13.7 avg) and 1 TD on special teams … named permanent captain as a junior and senior earning second-team All-America honors by Walter Camp Foundation as a senior, first-team all-ACC selection by the coaches and a third-team all-ACC selection by ACSMA … an honorable mention All-ACC and Coaches’ all-ACC selection as a junior … named second-team all-ACC selection at corner as a sophomore.
PERSONAL: Played for Coach Chip Armstrong at Mount St. Joseph High (Baltimore, Md.) … played in the Maryland Crab Bowl, an all-star game, despite missing most of his senior season with a finger injury … recorded 1 INT his senior year and 4 INTs as a junior, returning 2 of those for TDs … also had a punt return TD and kick return score … brother of former NFL safety Vincent Fuller (2005-11) and current Detroit Lions WR Corey Fuller … his youngest brother, Kendall, plays corner for Virginia Tech ... participated in the NFL’s 2nd Annual Personal Finance Camp during the 2016 offseason.