Panthers sign Jordan Fuller to one-year contract


Panthers sign Jordan Fuller to one-year contract

The Panthers have made a significant move in signing free agent safety Jordan Fuller to a one-year deal, according to a report from Joe Person of TheAthletic.com. Fuller, who is 26 years old, previously played for the Rams for four seasons after being drafted in the sixth round.

During the 2023 season, Fuller had an impressive performance, playing in all 17 games and recording 94 tackles, three interceptions, three forced fumbles, and eight pass breakups. This was considered a comeback season for Fuller, who had only played three games in 2022 due to a hamstring injury. Throughout his career, Fuller has accumulated 279 tackles, seven interceptions, 17 pass breakups, and four forced fumbles.

His strong performance on the field has earned him a spot on PFT’s top 100 free agents list, coming in at number 59. The addition of Fuller to the Panthers’ roster is expected to bolster their defense and provide valuable experience and skill to the team.

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