The Kansas City Chiefs locked up the top overall pick of the 2013 NFL draft, Eric Fisher, this past week for the next four years. With the addition of Fisher, the Chiefs now have a pair of talented offensive tackles with Branden Albert holding down the left tackle position, while Fisher takes care of the right side.
Last year, the Chiefs had the worst record in the league but their offensive line was ranked 12th out of the 32 NFL teams. Look for the front line to improve with the addition of Fisher, and the continuance of solid play from right guard Jon Asamoah and left guard Jeff Allen, who now has a year under his belt.
Now that Fisher has signed his contract and passed his physical, it is time for him to hit the field with his teammates and work at camp to prove to his coaches that he was the right choice over Luke Joeckel, who was selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars with the second overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Fisher agreed to a $22.19 million, fully guaranteed contract with the Chiefs.