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Kendall Fuller will not play in Sunday's matchup against the Cardinals.
The Football Team expects Fuller to be back by Week 3, but his absence should help Kyler Murray to have a good week as Washington will miss one of their top defensive backs.
Kendall Fuller, who suffered a knee injury and was considered unlikely to play, will be suiting up for Sunday's matchup against the Eagles.
Fuller was a huge offseason acquisition for The Football Team and will be available for Week 1, despite yesterday's reports. With DeSean Jackson and Jalen Reagor both healthy for the Eagles, Fuller will have his work cut out for him. This will slightly lower Jackson's ceiling, but his big-play ability should keep him locked in your lineups regardless of who is in coverage.
Kendall Fuller and the Redskins have agreed on a four-year deal worth roughly $40 million.
Fuller returns to Washington after two years with the Chiefs. The versatile defensive back can play safety or cornerback, and although he missed five games last year due to injury, he has been generally durable in his four-year career. A return to Washington with defensive-minded Ron Rivera as his head coach is a solid destination for Fuller.
Chiefs cornerback Kendall Fuller (wrist) returned as a full practice participant this week and is on track to play in Sunday’s regular season finale against the Raiders.
Fuller broke his wrist in Week 15’s loss to the Chargers, although he kept playing through the ailment, and had surgery the next morning. While there was optimism for Week 16, he wasn’t quite ready to face the Seahawks. His return to full practice in back-to-back days indicates he will play this week.
Chiefs cornerback Kendall Fuller (wrist) is officially inactive for Sunday night’s game against the Seahawks.
Fuller broke his wrist in last Thursday night’s loss to the Chargers, although he kept playing through the ailment, and had surgery the next morning. He was able to return to practice as a limited participant Friday and coach Andy Reid initially said he would likely be able to play. It was determined Sunday, though, that Fuller isn’t quite ready for game action.