Arizona Cardinals From A To Z: John Fullington
By Scott Allen
Player profile of G John Fullington as Arizona Cardinals training camp starts July 31st
As we prepare for Arizona Cardinals training camp reporting date of July 31st, it is time for our annual look at the roster player by player. I look at what they’ve done, where they are now and how I project each player’s status at the end of camp.
We go from A to Z and continue with G John Fullington. Fullington was signed as a free-agent by the Cardinals in January.
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2014 season: Fullington moved around a bit after going undrafted out of Washington State University in the 2014 NFL Draft. He started out as a free agent with the Green Bay Packers and was with the San Francisco 49ers practice squad in 2014.
2015 season projection: Unless an injury comes by or Fullington plays out of his mind, I can’t see Fullington on the roster after August. There is too much good talent in front of him on the depth chart.
Not much to talk about in his short NFL career so far. He was a full-time starter for Washington State. The thing that might give him a shot is his versatility. He can play both guard and tackle. In fact the last depth chart I found had Fullington listed at tackle. However the team officially lists him as a guard. He played both positions in his senior season with the Cougars. He is tied for the longest streak of games started by an offensive lineman for the Cougars with 43. It is also the second-longest streak by anyone in the history of Washington State football.