"It's good for both parties," Fuller's agent Brian Mackler told the Green Bay News-Chronicle. "Curtis is looking to play, and (the promotion of defensive backs coach Bob Slowik to defensive coordinator) is a big part of this."
Fuller, a fourth-round pick of the Seahawks in 2001, was claimed on waivers by the Packers on Sept. 1 last year from the Seattle Seahawks. He played in 11 games overall and replaced an injured Antuan Edwards during Green Bay's Thanksgiving Day loss at Detroit and thereafter.
In Seattle from 2001-02, Fuller played in 26 games with two starts, had 47 tackles, one interception and four passes defensed. First-team all-conference both as a junior and senior at TCU, he started 32 of 33 games over three seasons in college.
Hilliard, signed Jan. 5 to a reserve/future contract, played in 27 games for Seattle over the 2000-02 seasons, with 11 starts, and 34 tackles. The Seahawks waived him in camp, Aug. 25, and he was out of football for the balance of 2003.