Chiefs Sign Eric Fisher to Contract Extension

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Saturday that the team has signed tackle Eric Fisher to a contract extension. Terms of the contract will not be released by the club.


"We were able to reach an agreement with Eric and his representatives on a contract extension," Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey said. "In three seasons he's grown significantly as a football player in our system. He's a tough, physical presence and a leader on our offensive line. We look forward to keeping him as a part of our organization and community."

Fisher (6-7, 315)joined the Chiefs as the club's first-round pick (first overall) in the 2013 NFL Draft. He has played in 46 games (43 starts) in three NFL seasons with the team. Fisher started both of the Chiefs playoff games in 2015. He's seen action at both the left and right tackle positions in his pro career. The Rochester Hills, Michigan, native played collegiately at Central Michigan.

Photo highlights of Eric Fisher

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