Fuller notched a pair of tackles in the Week 17 loss to the Vikings and ended the season with 69 tackles and two interceptions.
Going into this season, the team was clearly not pleased with their 2014 first-round draft choice and chose not to pick up his 2018 option before the season began, making him an unrestricted free agent this offseason. However, Fuller had a breakout season that included 22 passes defensed while consistently providing excellent coverage, helping the Bears to become a defense that was ranked in the top half of the league. He should be highly sought after in free agency and he'll be an above-average IDP as long as he continues to perform as he did in 2017.
Fuller intercepted a pass while collecting six stops in Sunday's loss to the 49ers.
Fuller continues to be a solid contributor, as he's posted between four and six tackles in all but one game this season. Aside from the tackles, he hasn't been much of a playmaker, as he finally was able to pick off a pass for the first time this season. However, he's been a consistent IDP option with limited upside.
Fuller (hand) isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report.
Fuller required medical attention after cutting his hand during Sunday's loss to the Lions, but he's in no danger of missing the Week 12 matchup with the Eagles.
Fuller suffered a cut on his left hand during Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Lions and required medical attention after the contest, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Fuller collided with teammate Leonard Floyd while both attempted to make a tackle in the fourth quarter, but Floyd ended up taking the brunt of the hit and could miss significant time due to a right knee injury. The cornerback briefly exited to tend to the hand issue, but later reentered the game, suggesting that he'll likely be back in action Week 12 against the Eagles. Fuller finished Sunday's loss with three tackles and a pass breakup.
Fuller hurt his arm Sunday and is questionable to return.
Fuller is the No. 3 corner in Chicago, but he still consistently comes close to playing a full snap count. The fourth-year corner has 30 tackles (27 solo) and seven pass breakups this season, and if he can't return, expect Bryce Callahan to see an increased workload.
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