According to Pro Football Talk, the Kansas City Chiefs have finally signed No. 1 overall pick, RT Eric Fisher.
Per a league source, the Chiefs and tackle Eric Fisher have struck a deal.
We’re told he’s heading to camp, where he will sign the contract and then participate in the team’s first training-camp practice.
The deal is expected to include offset language, but the term is likewise expected to be offset with other benefits for Fisher. More to come on the details later.
The team’s first full practice is today at 3:30 pm central time. It is good that the Chiefs and Fisher camp were able to get a deal done so he can attend the first practice!
The rookies have been in camp for three days and have already gone through three practices. Though Fisher did miss that portion of camp, he likely won’t be very far behind. The Chiefs worked mostly on passing plays the first few days and really didn’t run the ball much at all during the team portion of practice.
Now that the entire offensive line will be together, Fisher will be able to get down to business and learn to work with his new teammates.
It will be interesting to see how the offensive line lines up today. There had been some shuffling around of players on the interior of the line during OTAs.
Are you happy Fisher will be in camp?