Nov 27, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson (81) makes a catch for a touchdown while being defended by Chicago Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller (23) during the second quarter at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports Andrew Weber USA TODAY Sports

After a promising rookie season, Chicago Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller is having a pretty pedestrian 2015 under new head coach John Fox and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. Fuller has not recorded an interception and only has two pass break-ups this season, as he has done little to distinguish himself as a future shutdown corner.

But Chicago's coaching staff has not given up on him at the position. According to Bears senior writer Larry Mayer, Fangio hasn't thought about moving the 14th-overall pick in last year's draft to safety -- at least not yet.

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"I haven't seen that [Fuller is a better fit at safety] yet, but maybe in the future that could be a topic for discussion, not now." Fangio also said, via the Bears' official website. The defensive coordinator doubts Fuller will ever be a nickel back: "I don't see him there."

Fuller still has lots of time to bounce back before the coaching staff starts to consider a position switch. He is the team's top defensive investment, so Chicago should try to keep him at cornerback, a more valuable position than safety.

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