Fuller was named an alternate when the initial Pro Bowl results came out, but Ramsey’s backing out—presumably because of his knee injury—allows the 2014 first-round pick to play in his second consecutive Pro Bowl game. He joins the likes of Khalil Mack, Eddie Jackson and Cordarrelle Patterson as the Bears players to be named Pro Bowlers this season.
Though Fuller didn’t put together another first-team All-Pro performance like he did in 2018, he played plenty well this season. He finished the year with 3 interceptions, 12 pass deflections and 82 tackles. As the fourth-most targeted defender in the league this season, he did an overall solid job of holding his own against No. 1 receivers on the Bears’ opponents’ rosters.
This will mark Fuller’s second Pro Bowl appearance of his career. He joins Marshon Lattimore, Richard Sherman and Darius Slay as the cornerbacks currently slated to play for the NFC this year.