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Draft Scout Eric Fisher News
07/30/16 - The Kansas City Chiefs gave offensive tackle Eric Fisher a contract extension Saturday. The extension is for four years and worth $48 million, according to NFL Media. Fisher had his fifth-year option picked up by the team in the spring. Overall, his contract is for six years and $63 million, with $40 million guaranteed.
05/02/16 - Eric Fisher is staying around Kansas City a little longer.
OT Eric Fisher, the No. 1 pick in the 2013 draft, had his fifth-year option picked up by the Chiefs on Monday, which was the deadline for teams to exercise the 2017 clause for first-round picks in that draft.
After starting the 2015 season as a backup, Fisher played three different positions and wound up starting at left tackle when Donald Stephenson was injured. Fisher's 2017 salary will be $11.9 million and is fully guaranteed for injury only.
12/02/15 - T Eric Fisher (neck) took part in the Chiefs practice on Wednesday. Fisher suffered a neck injury in the first half of last Sunday's game against Buffalo. He left the field and did not return.
11/30/15 - LT Eric Fisher (neck) could have his immediate future decided by going through the NFL concussion protocol. The Chiefs reported Fisher had a sprained neck that he suffered in Sunday's game against Buffalo. But there remained concerns that the location of Fisher's neck pain could also be related to trauma to the head.
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.