Head Coach Andy Reid: Eric Fisher Will Start at Right Tackle Against Green Bay

Four takeaways from the Kansas City head coach’s media availability on Saturday

There are no injury updates to report.

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid updated the media on the status of offensive lineman Eric Fisher.

"Fish (Eric Fisher) made it through the week," he said. "He'll start at right tackle and we roll. He did a nice job."

Reid passed along congratulations to the Kansas City Royals for winning the AL Central division.

"Congratulations out to the Royals, coach-skipper [Ned] Yost, a phenomenal job, man. Division champs, that's a beautiful thing."

Reid explained the challenge of being up against the reigning MVP in quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

"He's a great player," he said. "We know he's going to make some plays and that's what great players do and it's important we do just that, we contain him the best way you possibly can and obviously, I'm not going to tell you the strategy of it, but you give that a whirl and try to do the best you can."

Reid provided an update on offensive lineman Jeff Allen.

"I think he's back healthy the whole way and he's been running around pretty well."

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