|Height: 6.04||Born: Palo Alto, CA|
|Weight: 217||College: Texas A&M|
|Birthdate: 1990-04-20||Years: 3 CGY / 3 CFL|
Calgary signed Fuller as a free agent on Sept. 14, 2013. He signed with the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent on May 4, 2012. He was waived on Sept. 1, 2012, but joined the Dolphins’ practice roster the following day.
(Calgary) Fuller started 14 games and had 47 catches for 619 yards and three touchdowns and a two-point convert. He was the team's leading receiver in Game 1 with nine catches for 148 yards and was named a CFL player of the week. Fuller also led the team in receiving in Week 12. He was on the reserve list for Game 2 due to injury and the one-game injury list for the last three games of the regular season and playoffs.
(Calgary) Fuller started eight games and had 29 catches for 378 yards and five touchdowns. He scored his first two CFL touchdowns on July 12 against Toronto. He was placed on the six-game injury list after dislocating his shoulder in Game 7. He returned to the lineup on Oct. 3 but suffered a season-ending knee injury and was again placed on the six-game injury list for the remainder of the season.
(Calgary) Fuller was first activated for the Oct. 18 game in Edmonton and recorded four catches for 75 yards in his CFL debut. The next week he was the team's leading receiver with six catches for 113 yards on Oct. 26 against the Riders and led the team again on Nov. 1 against BC with five catches for 66 yards. In three games he totalled 15 catches for 254 yards. Fuller also started the Western Final and had one catch for 46 yards. He spent four weeks on the practice roster after signing with the team.
Fuller played four seasons at Texas A&M (2008-11) and set school career records with 34 career touchdown receptions, 233 catches and 3,092 yards. In 2010, he was a finalist for the Biletnikoff award as the top wide receiver in college football and earned all-Big 12 conference honours as he set single-season school records for catches (72), receiving yards (1,105) and touchdowns (12). The following season, he had 70 catches for 828 yards and six majors.
His father, Jeff Sr., also played at Texas A&M and went on to play for the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers.
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