Ryan Kerrigan and Jonathan Allen are the only starters that remain from Washington's defense in 2017, which happens to be the last time cornerback Kendall Fuller played for the Burgundy and Gold.

But after a two-year stint with the Kansas City Chiefs -- one that included a Super Bowl ring -- Fuller is back in Washington after signing a four-year deal with his hometown team in free agency. And thus far during training camp, it doesn't look like Fuller has missed a beat.

Fuller was Mic'd Up during a recent Washington Football Team practice, and the 25-year-old cornerback was captured multiple times communicating and joking around with his new teammates.

"Coach ain't gonna say two words to me today," Fuller joked with his fellow defensive backs during stretching, which got a chuckle out of almost everyone.

That communication translated onto the field as well. During one drill, after Landon Collins broke up a pass, Fuller yelled "good joint, Lando!" over at the safety, praising Collins for his work.

Throughout the clip, Fuller was seen constantly communicating with his fellow defenders, pointing out which receiver he's picking up and calling out defensive signals.

Communication is key for any defense, but especially the group in Washington that is full of new pieces. Thus far, Fuller looks as if he's done an exceptional job getting on the same page as everyone else in the unit.