Ravens pass game coordinator and secondary coach Chris Hewitt reveals why team wanted to add CB Kyle Fuller

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The Baltimore Ravens made a solid late-offseason addition by signing cornerback Kyle Fuller to a one-year contract. The veteran has a plethora of valuable NFL experience under his belt, and should be able to provide quality depth behind fellow cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters.

After the second day of mandatory minicamp, Baltimore pass game coordinator and secondary coach Chris Hewitt was asked about the reasons why the team wanted to add Fuller to the mix. Hewitt talked about the need for a veteran corner, and the fact that he thought Fuller was the best available player that was left at his position.

“I just think that we needed a veteran corner. With our corner problems that we had last year, you could never have too many good corners and he was available … And I thought that he was the best available guy that was left. He’s going to be a great veteran presence to help us going forward, and I think that the guy has a lot more play left in his body.”

Fuller can play both on the inside or on the outside, which is extremely important to a team like the Ravens. Baltimore values positional versatility in a big way, and Fuller can provide depth at multiple different positions while also being able to step up in the event of an unforeseen injury.