In what’s been the strangest NFL off-season in recent memory, all rookies have been stripped of a normal introduction to the NFL.
One of those rookies is Titans cornerback Kristian Fulton. The Titans somehow landed Fulton in the second-round, despite him looking like an obvious first-round pick throughout the entire pre-draft process.
Instead of attending a rookie mini-camp or OTA’s, the global pandemic has forced Fulton to take part in his first NFL off-season virtually. The Titans recently ended that virtual off-season program. Fulton, being a rookie, is set to report to Titans camp on July 23rd.
This pandemic has forced all rookies to find creative ways to stay in shape as they continue to get acclimated to the next level.
It appears as if Fulton has found an exciting way to continue his training regimen in Nashville.
Fulton was pictured alongside Jason Spray, a former NSCA National Strength Coach of The Year.
Awesome having former @LSUfootball and new @Titans DB @Kriss1_ in the house today! and Titan fans the kids a worker pic.twitter.com/bChrAw66tj— Jason Spray MS,CSCS (@JasonSpray) July 17, 2020
Ever since leaving his post at Middle Tennessee State, Spray has become infamous on Twitter for his years of hard work alongside Titans players, most notably All-Pro safety Kevin Byard. Spray has also trained Kenny Vaccaro, Logan Ryan and several other notable Titans.
Byard has obviously soared to new heights while working alongside Spray, as he continues to get better through what’s already been an impressive NFL career. We spoke with Spray regarding his work with Byard (and other Titans) back in January of 2019.
This is a great sign for the Titans, as they’ll surely appreciate Fulton’s work ethic during this strange time.
Fulton left his mark at LSU, where he was best known for being a shut-down corner. Expectations are high for Fulton’s rookie campaign, and rightfully so. The talented cornerback has a chance to play a lot of snaps in the Titans secondary this season.
Fulton will be one of the more intriguing rookies to watch closely during training camp.