6 Commanders players who won't be back in 2024

These Commanders players could be on the move in 2024...

Kendall Fuller
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Kendall Fuller - Commanders CB

Very few Washington Commanders players have emerged from the campaign with any credit this season. Kendall Fuller would be among the positives after another tremendous campaign for the veteran cornerback.

Fuller is one other primary leaders within the locker room. He's also the most dependable coverage presence in the secondary by a considerable margin. The Commanders might want to keep him around on another deal, but it's not always that simple.

This could be the last chance for Fuller to earn another big-money deal. It's also an opportunity to get away from the Commanders in pursuit of landing on a contending team with more immediate hopes of clinching a Super Bowl crown.

The former Virginia Tech star is conceding a whopping 120.4 passer rating when targeted this season. It's the second-highest of his career, but his exceptional 83.1 grade from Pro Football Focus highlights how impressive Fuller's overall contribution has been in a contract year.

It's unlikely the Commanders place any sort of tag on Fuller to prevent him from speaking to other teams. There should be a queue of suitors looking to prise him from the nation's capital in this scenario. If the money is right and the interested party has a proven track record of postseason success, the chances of the cornerback moving on are high.