2022 Courage Award Winner

Jordan Fuller

2022 Ed Block Courage Award Winner

During his second season with the Rams, DB Jordan Fuller was sidelined by an ankle injury for the rest of 2021 season. Following the Super Bowl, Fuller continued rehab on his ankle until he underwent a knee surgery to address a lingering patella tendon issue in March. Despite his adverse circumstances, he brought positivity in the building day in and day out throughout the entirety of his recovery.

Position S
Height 6'2"
Weight 203 lbs
College Ohio State
NFL Experience 3 years

Past Winners

  • 2021 - Justin Lawler
  • 2020 - Rob Havenstein 
  • 2019 - Cooper Kupp 
  • 2018 - Sam Shields 
  • 2017 - Darrell Williams 
  • 2016 - Alec Ogletree 
  • 2015 - Brian Quick* 
  • 2014 - Scott Wells* 
  • 2013 - Lance Kendricks* 
  • 2012 - Danny Amendola* 
  • 2011 - Brit Miller* 
  • 2010 - Bradley Fletcher* 
  • 2009 - James Hall* 
  • 2008 - Orlando Pace* 
  • 2007 - Dane Looker* 
  • 2006 - Pisa Tinoisamoa* 
  • 2005 - Leonard Little* 
  • 2004 - Marshall Faulk* 
  • 2003 - Aeneas Williams* 
  • 2002 - Andy McCollum* 
  • 2001 - Isaac Bruce* 
  • 2000 - Trent Green* 
  • 1999 - Ernie Conwell* 
  • 1998 - Mike Jones* 
  • 1997 - Mark Rypien* 
  • 1996 - Alexander Wright* 
  • 1995 - Ron Wolfley* 
  • 1994 - Roman Phifer 
  • 1993 - David Lange 
  • 1992 - Jackie Slater 
  • 1991 - Michael Stewart 
  • 1990 - Jerry Gray 
  • 1989 - Mark Jerue 
  • 1988 - Vince Newsome 
  • 1987 - Charles White 
  • 1986 - Doug Smith 
  • 1985 - Mike Guman 
  • 1984 - Jack Youngblood 

* = St. Louis Rams


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