Kendall Fuller

Virginia Tech Hokies #11 - Cornerback

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 190
  • Seasons: SO

College football Chiefs’ prospect watch: a November mock draft


Let’s talk about who Kansas City might target in the draft based upon its needs as we see them right now.

Eagles 2020 Opponent Preview: Washington


Previewing Philadelphia’s schedule.

There could be a battle brewing for the Chiefs’ WR3 position


How Kansas City’s wide receiver room is shaping up heading into the 2020 season.

Buckeye Bits: Jordan Hancock teases Ohio State, Luke Farrell makes John Mackey Award watch list, more


All of the latest Ohio State news from around the beat and beyond.

Mark Tyler’s 10 Core Redskins to Build Around


We often talk about, if you were building a franchise today, who would you take and why. This is a great exercise to think about with our Redskins for a few reasons. One, we have a lot of youth -...

Breaking down 2020 AFC West win total betting splits

DraftKings Sportsbook has released the betting splits for each NFL team’s win totals. Who are betters siding with in the AFC West?

Jack Del Rio Redskins Presser: The sky is the limit for Chase Young


Jack Del Rio speaks to the media

Point-Counterpoint: Will the Redskins be the worst team in the league in 2020?


With free agency behind us and the draft complete, pundits are turning their attention away from roster building and beginning to consider what is likely to happen when the games are played this...

Breaking down AFC West odds following the 2020 NFL Draft

DraftKings Sportsbook has updated the odds to win each NFL division. So who’s the best bet to win the AFC West in 2020 following the NFL Draft?


Chase Young can set the tone for Washington’s offseason

Washington has many questions to answer in Ron Rivera’s first season.

Predicting the 2020 Redskins Statistical Leaders


On Tuesday, I predicted the 2020 Redskins two-deep depth chart. Yesterday, I predicted the Skins Record - I went 6-10(sorry guys). Today I wanted to take look at some of the statistical...


The Chiefs can repeat as champs if their offseason moves work out

Kansas City’s defense improved in 2019, but can it take another step forward in 2020?