Free safety Jordan Fuller has a lot to prove this year, as he is coming off his rookie season with 60 total tackles and three interceptions, according to ESPN. Overall his rookie season had its ups and downs, but when it came down to making a big play, Fuller was all over the field. One of the better plays Fuller made last season was during the first regular-season game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Fuller made a huge fourth-down stop later in the fourth quarter after tackling Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb just short of the first down marker. This was a momentum-changing play that ended up giving the LA Rams a win over the Dallas Cowboys. Not only was this a big confidence booster for Fuller, but teammates and coaches began to grow more confident and assured.
So far in training camp this year, Jordan Fuller has had one big interception against QB Devlin Hodges during 11 on 11 drills. Overall, Fuller is looking good in team drills, as well as all the hard work he is putting in outside of training camp.
Star LA Rams CB Jalen Ramsey had this to say about the second-year safety,
"I’ve had a lot of faith in Jordan from the jump, even last training camp. I love what he brought to the team and I think he’s just building on that. He’s going to take over a role of leadership, not only for our secondary, but I think for our team and I think he deserves it.- according to Stu Jackson of the.rams.com"
When an All-Pro defensive back teammate named Jalen Ramsey is complimenting you, you are definitely in the running to break out in a huge and positive way.