Fuller’s $14 million average annual salary is fifth in the NFL among cornerbacks, according to spotrac.com.
Asked by WFNZ radio in Charlotte to list the teams that liked him, Allen Hurns named the Bears first.
The Bears gave Cam Meredith the tender last week, which would pay him $1.907 million for 2018.
The ex-Bears coach has decided to move on from coaching to take a gig with ESPN.
Here’s the latest on what the mock drafts are saying about the Bears following the start of free agency.
Adam L. Jahns and WGN Radio’s Adam Hoge discuss the Bears’ decision to keep cornerback Kyle Fuller and their other moves in free agency.
Cody Parkey doesn’t know Robbie Gould but, sometime before he makes his Bears’ debut this fall, he plans to reach out to the veteran for pointers.
Shouldn’t Chicago be more discerning about its NFL team? Yes. But when it comes to the Bears and the city, asking for restraint is a fool’s errand.
The Bears’ draft dreams appear to be coming true. Teams already are fighting for position in front of them – an early run on QB seems inevitable.
The Bears matched the Packers’ offer sheet for Kyle Fuller late Friday, keeping the cornerback on a four-year deal with $18 million guaranteed.
Chase Daniel, the man Bears GM Ryan Pace chose to back up Mitch Trubisky, has started two games in eight seasons. He has won one game.
The Bears issued Fuller the transition tag earlier this month, establishing a $12.971 million price for his 2018 season.
In time, quarterback Mitch Trubisky will be expected to make his teammates better. Just not in his second NFL season.
Aaron Lynch was benched in four of the 49ers’ final six games last year, rendered a healthy scratch while his teammates ran off a 5-1 record.
Though wide receiver Allen Robinson is the Bears’ marquee addition in free agency this season, the tight end is arguably the most intriguing.