TAYLOR MILL, KY (FOX19) - A former Bengals player made a trip to a Tri-state school on Thursday to talk about the importance of anti-bullying.
Former all-pro strong safety David Fulcher gave a talk at Scott High School in Taylor Mill.
He stressed the responsibility of the athletes at the school to stick up for those being bullied.
"Once an athlete, always an athlete. Once a role model, people look up to you," he said. "You have to show character and discipline to let them know that we are behind each other 100 percent."
Fulcher played for the Bengals from 1986 to 1992.