Data Scout Notes: 2012: 1stC/AP3rd...2011: 3rdM...2010: NA
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Draft Scout Eric Fisher News
08/31/15 - LT Eric Fisher continues to rehab his sprained MCL left ankle, an injury he suffered on August 17 in practice. Fisher did not take part in the Chiefs practice on Sunday and according to head coach Andy Reid he's unlikely to play against St. Louis in the final preseason game.
08/26/15 - LT Eric Fisher will not play against Tennessee in Friday night's game at Arrowhead Stadium. Fisher is still rehabbing a high left ankle sprain that he suffered during a training camp practice on Aug. 17. He did not play in last week's game against Seattle.
08/24/15 - LT Eric Fisher continues to rehab the high left ankle sprain he suffered in practice last week and it's unlikely he'll return to appear in Friday's preseason game against Tennessee. Fisher's ankle was rolled on by DE Allen Bailey during a pass protection drill.
08/17/15 - LT Eric Fisher sprained his left ankle during the Chiefs' practice on Monday morning at Missouri Western State University. Fisher walked off the field after being examined by trainers. Fisher apparently suffered the injury during a running game period. Head coach Andy Reid said he was headed for an MRI.
10/08/14 - LT Eric Fisher continues to make steady improvement in his second NFL season, and his first at the important left tackle spot. "Eric has gotten better every week that he's been here," said Chiefs offensive line coach Andy Heck. "I think he is becoming more and more comfortable with our concepts and what his assignments are so he is cutting it loose and playing a little more confidently. When he does that, you can see his athleticism shine through."