Chargers agree to terms with CB Kristian Fulton

After hosting cornerback Kristian Fulton for a visit on Thursday, the Chargers agreed to terms with him a day later.

According to ESPN’s Turron Davenport, Fulton turned down offers from the Bengals, Broncos and Cardinals to sign with the Chargers.

Fulton, a second-round pick in the 2020 NFL draft, recorded 25 pass breakups and four interceptions throughout four seasons with the Titans.

Fulton has showcased the skillset to stick with starting wide receivers.

However, recurring injuries have caused Fulton to miss 26 of 67 games. He has never played a complete season and has missed at least four games every season.

Fulton is coming off arguably his worst season as a pro, finishing with an overall defensive grade of 46.4.

Despite his recent struggles, it’s clear that Joe Hortiz envisioned a bounce-back season from him with the help of Jesse Minter and the coaching staff.

Story originally appeared on Chargers Wire