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Skyler Fulton
Wide Receivers Coach

Biography

Skyler Fulton enters his first full season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2017, working as an offensive assistant.

Fulton worked with the Buccaneers during the 2016 preseason as one of the team’s Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellows. In 2016, he also worked as the wide receivers/special teams coach for Citrus College, following a stint with Grossmont College in 2015, where he worked as the running backs coach. Fulton also spent time as a graduate assistant at Colorado (2009), working with wide receivers and helping with recruiting.

Fulton began his coaching career in 2005 as a volunteer coach at his alma mater, Arizona State. As a senior two seasons before, Fulton led the team with 10 touchdown receptions, while posting career-bests in receptions (62) and receiving yards (901). After graduating, he spent time with the Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks, while also playing for the Amsterdam Admirals in NFL Europe for two seasons.

In addition to his bachelor’s degree, Fulton has a master’s degree from Arizona State. A native of Olympia, Washington, Fulton has three sons: Jaden, Jordan and Jett.

FULTON AT A GLANCE

YEARS

POSITION

2000-03

Arizona State, Player

2004

Indianapolis Colts, Player

2005

Minnesota Vikings, Player

2006-07

Seattle Seahawks, Player

2006-07

Amsterdam Admirals, Player

2009

Colorado, Graduate Assistant

2015

Grossmont College, Running Backs Coach

2016

Citrus College, Wide Receivers/Special Teams Coach

2017-

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Offensive Assistant

Skyler Fulton enters his first full season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2017, working as an offensive assistant.

Fulton worked with the Buccaneers during the 2016 preseason as one of the team’s Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellows. In 2016, he also worked as the wide receivers/special teams coach for Citrus College, following a stint with Grossmont College in 2015, where he worked as the running backs coach. Fulton also spent time as a graduate assistant at Colorado (2009), working with wide receivers and helping with recruiting.

Fulton began his coaching career in 2005 as a volunteer coach at his alma mater, Arizona State. As a senior two seasons before, Fulton led the team with 10 touchdown receptions, while posting career-bests in receptions (62) and receiving yards (901). After graduating, he spent time with the Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks, while also playing for the Amsterdam Admirals in NFL Europe for two seasons.

In addition to his bachelor’s degree, Fulton has a master’s degree from Arizona State. A native of Olympia, Washington, Fulton has three sons: Jaden, Jordan and Jett.

FULTON AT A GLANCE

YEARS

POSITION

2000-03

Arizona State, Player

2004

Indianapolis Colts, Player

2005

Minnesota Vikings, Player

2006-07

Seattle Seahawks, Player

2006-07

Amsterdam Admirals, Player

2009

Colorado, Graduate Assistant

2015

Grossmont College, Running Backs Coach

2016

Citrus College, Wide Receivers/Special Teams Coach

2017-

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Offensive Assistant