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William Fuller
#95 | Defensive End | San Diego Chargers | Roster

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Career Notes

Signed by the San Diego Chargers as a free agent to a 2-year contract on Apr. 14.

Made Pro Bowl for second time in his career ... Led team with 9.5 sacks, eighth in NFC ... Set Eagles record for consecutive games with a sack at seven ... Also had a career-high 63 tackles

Teamed with Oiler mate Sean Jones as only AFC teammates to record double-digit sacks.

Missed one game as a contract holdout.

Made the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career ... AFC's defensive lineman of the year, according to the NFLPA ... Set a career-high with 15 sacks to lead the AFC ... First Oiler ever to lead the league in sacks.

Tied for second on Houston with eight sacks and third with seven passes defensed.

Moved around the defensive line, starting four games at left end and four at right end ... Second on team with 6.5 sacks.

Made only interception of his career ... Tied with Ray Childress with 8.5 sacks for team lead.

Had first multi-sack game of his career, corralling two against Buffalo ... Got first start of NFL career subbing for the injured Richard Byrd.

Traded to Oilers from Los Angeles Rams along with Kent Hill, the Rams' number one draft picks in 1987 and 1988 and a fifth round pick in 1987 for the rights to Jim Everett.

Played for Baltimore Stars in USFL ... First team All-USFL.

Territorial selection of the then-Philadelphia Stars of the USFL.

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