Former Bears CB Kyle Fuller signs with Broncos, reunites with Vic Fangio

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Report: Fuller signs with Broncos, reunites with Fangio originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Kyle Fuller has found a new home, and he's reuniting with a familiar face.

Fuller, whom the Bears released on Thursday in a salary cap move, has agreed to a one-year deal with Vic Fangio's Broncos, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

The deal is worth $9.5 million and is almost entirely guaranteed.

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Fuller played some of his best football during Fangio's stint as the Bears defensive coordinator. In 2018, Fangio's last season in Chicago before becoming Denver's head coach, Fuller earned first-team All-Pro status and a trip to the Pro Bowl, both for the first time.

That season, the 29-year-old also set career-highs in interceptions (seven) and passes defended (29) while playing in a staunch Bears defense.

Fuller also reunites with defensive back Bryce Callahan, who signed a three-year deal with Denver as a free agent in March 2019.

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