At bet365, we don’t do ordinary.
And neither does Washington Commanders cornerback Kendall Fuller.
Playing in his eighth NFL season, six of which have been with Washington, Fuller is a team captain and the veteran leader of the Commanders’ youthful secondary.
The Maryland native has carved out a very impressive career since being selected by Washington in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Fuller a not only a Super Bowl champion, but he recorded the game-sealing interception for the Kansas City Chiefs in SB LIV four years ago.
Since rejoining Washington in 2020, Fuller has earned the reputation as one of the most reliable, durable players in the NFL.
The 28-year-old is one of just 16 NFL players to play more than 90% of his team’s defensive snaps since the start of the 2020 season.
Fuller has three older brothers – Vincent, Corey, and Kyle. All four played college football at Virginia Tech before making it to the NFL.
Vincent, the oldest, played seven seasons as a defensive back, including six with the Tennessee Titans.
Corey, a wide receiver, played two seasons with the Detroit Lions in 2014 and 2015.
Kyle played eight seasons and was a two-time Pro Bowl selection and All-Pro cornerback for the Chicago Bears.
Kendall is the only brother still active in the NFL.
“I call them every pregame, every Sunday I call them, talk to them,” Fuller said about his brothers. “Just to be able to feel their love and support.”
The youngest of four his whole life, Fuller has taken up a new role as the vet in the Commanders’ secondary. Leading by example for young guys like Emmanuel Forbes, Washington’s 2023 first-round pick, is something Fuller has embraced.
“It’s been fun just trying my best to be an example of somebody they can look up to,” Fuller said.
“I see a lot of growth,” Fuller said of the young secondary. “It’s football at the end of the day, guys are going to make mistakes, that’s part of the position that we play. You see guys learning, you see guys growing, you see guys continuing to compete. That’s the biggest thing that I love to see.”
“Each and every game, all of us will have a play that can set the tone for the game.”