Chicago Bears CB Kyle Fuller knows he can improve in Year 2
Kyle Fuller is already a decent NFL cornerback. Drafted by the Chicago Bears 14th overall in 2014, Fuller filled a role right away and started 14 games as a rookie.
Still, heading into his second professional season, Fuller has his sights set on improvement, according to Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times.
"I felt like [my rookie season] was pretty good, but you could always get better," Fuller told the Sun-Times. "There are some things I can work on and just keep getting better."
Part of Fuller's improvement will depend upon the successful installation of a new scheme. A mutual respect already exists between the starting cornerback and new defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.
"We expect him to be a good corner in this league," Fangio said of Fuller, per the Sun-Times.
In turn, Fuller has faith in Fangio and the fresh, 3-4 defense he's introducing to the Bears.
"We know how good of a coordinator he is," Fuller said of Fangio, per the Sun-Times. "We enjoy working with him."
Last season, Fuller broke up 10 passes, intercepting four of them. He also recorded three forced fumbles to go along with his 64 tackles. If Fangio is able to create a more disruptive front seven, Fuller's 2015 statistics will swell even further in the secondary.
(h/t Chicago Sun-Times)
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