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Draft Scout Eric Fisher News
09/26/15 - RT Eric Fisher has been a full participant in practice this week as he appears ready to return to the field of play for the first time since he suffered a sprained ankle on Aug. 17 during a training camp practice. Based on comments from head coach Andy Reid, it appears Fisher should join the starting lineup at right tackle in Green Bay against the Packers on Monday night.
09/17/15 - OT Eric Fisher, inactive last week, was active Thursday against the Broncos.
Fisher, the No. 1 overall pick in 2013, was inactive Week 1 at Houston. He lost his starting left tackle spot to Donald Stephenson and moved to right tackle.
09/15/15 - T Eric Fisher practiced with the Chiefs on Tuesday, but did not work with the starting offensive line. Fisher is trying to return to playing form after suffering a sprained left ankle on Aug. 17 in a training camp. On Tuesday, head coach Andy Reid suggested there was not going to be enough time for Fisher to achieve the stability necessary to play full-time against the Broncos on Thursday night. "It's making progress," Reid said of the healing process with Fisher's ankle. "I'm not sure it's all the way back though to where we need to be."
09/13/15 - RT Eric Fisher (high left ankle sprain) did not start after an unsuccessful week of practice. Fisher sustained the injury Aug. 17, and he missed the final three preseason games. He was unable to push off the ankle last week in practice, and a decision was made to start Jah Reid, who was signed recently after being released by the Baltimore Ravens.
09/09/15 - RT Eric Fisher was a full participant in Wednesday's practice for the Chiefs and appears to have overcome the high ankle sprain that he suffered in training camp on Aug. 17. Fisher is set to open the game at right tackle, with Donald Stephenson stepping into the left tackle job.