Jordan Fuller picks off Tom Brady for first career interception
Jordan Fuller is playing like one of the steals of the 2020 NFL Draft!
The former Ohio State defensive back lasted until the sixth round of the draft when the Los Angeles Rams selected him with pick No. 199. Since then, Fuller has logged five starts in his rookie campaign with the Rams.
Entering Monday Night Football against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Fuller had 24 total tackles and two passes defended but was without an interception. Fortunately, he fixed that in the third quarter.
He was patrolling the middle of the field and perfectly read the eyes of quarterback Tom Brady, finding the perfect spot for Brady’s errant pass:
JORDAN FULLER 1ST CAREER INT
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Hopefully this is the first of many for Fuller, but he already looks to be a solid contributor on one of the best defenses in the NFL.
In four seasons with the Buckeyes, Fuller posted 216 tackles and five interceptions.