4 teams who could steal Kendall Fuller from the Commanders in free agency

Kendall Fuller could be on the move in 2024.
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Which teams could potentially steal veteran cornerback Kendall Fuller from the Washington Commanders in 2024 free agency?

There weren't many positives to take from the Washington Commanders' dismal season in 2023. This bears more significance on the defensive side, which vastly underachieved after many had high hopes they could become one of the league's most dominant units with the talent at their disposal.

Kendall Fuller was one of them. The veteran cornerback looked accomplished more often than not. There were a few moments of struggle, but it was another pleasing campaign overall in a contract year.

The Commanders should do everything in their power to keep Fuller around. They have plenty of salary-cap space to make him a sufficient offer. But as we've seen once during his career, the player won't hesitate to move elsewhere if a better opportunity comes along.

With this in mind, here are four teams who could potentially steal Fuller from the Commanders in free agency if those in power let him test the open market.

Commanders could lose Kendall Fuller to the Titans

The Tennessee Titans are in desperate need of veteran cornerback assistance. Dennard Wilson - the team's new defensive coordinator - knows the importance of having an accomplished secondary from his time on the Baltimore Ravens. Acquiring someone with Kendall Fuller's credentials could make a massive difference.

One could argue that the Washington Commanders have a more promising future than the AFC South strugglers looking at how things stand currently. If Fuller were to depart, it might be to a team boasting better chances of legitimately contending for the Super Bowl when push comes to shove.

That's arguably as important to Fuller at this stage of his career. But the Titans could make a bold bid if the Commanders don't make the former Virginia Tech star a decent enough offer.