Not just one or two, but there are 4 NFL players from the same family, making it is virtually impossible. Four are almost limitless.
Chiefs defensive back Kendall Fuller, the vital cog to the Kansas City team’s defense will try to defend against the 49ers in Super Bowl LIV 2020 Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium. Among them all, the fourth of four brothers who have played in the NFL.
His oldest brother, Vincent, now 37 and retired and working at a law firm in D.C., was the trailblazer, playing cornerback for the Titans, Lions, and Patriots.
Then came Corey, a 29-year-old free-agent receiver who played for the Lions and Saints.
Then Kyle, a 27-year-old cornerback who has played for the Bears since 2014.
Among the four, they have played 239 games in the NFL — 80 for Kyle, 76 for Vincent, 55 for Kendall, and 28 for Corey.
“I know their mama doesn’t have to worry about nothing, that’s all I know,” Chiefs rookie receiver Mecole Hardman said.
“That’s a very athletic family, a one-of-a-kind family,” Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward said.
“You can see that the genes carried out,” Chiefs cornerback Bashaud Breeland said.
“That’s a lot of talent,” Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo said.
“They should be thankful to their parents and all those genes that came from them.”