The Baltimore Ravens' secondary just got even stronger.

The team announced on Tuesday they've signed Baltimore native and former All-Pro cornerback Kyle Fuller to a one-year deal.

Via Adam Schefter:

Fuller spent the first six seasons of his NFL career with the Chicago Bears before playing for the Denver Broncos in 2021. He struggled, however, making just 10 starts. The veteran eventually bounced back though and help the Broncos' defense flourish. The Ravens already have a strong cornerback corps as well with Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters, who missed all of last season due to a torn ACL.

Baltimore even signed CB Marcus Williams this offseason after he enjoyed an impressive six-year tenure with the New Orleans Saints. Fuller will have competition for playing time but if he can regain his old form, he'll have no problem. 2018 was his best year by far, leading the league in interceptions with seven and passes defended with 21. Fuller has collected 19 career interceptions through his seven years in the NFL.

The Ravens were hit hard by injuries in 21′ and still managed to go 8-3 before suffering six straight losses. With the squad coming back at full strength and a few notable additions, Baltimore will be poised to return to the playoffs in 2022.