Chiefs, Fisher Reach Deal

The Chiefs and the NFL’s No. 1 draft choice offensive tackle Eric Fisher have agreed to terms on a contract.

Fisher was one of just four NFL Draft choices that remained unsigned starting the day on Friday.

It’s a 5-year deal, terms unknown at this time.

Reportedly, Fisher was on his way to St. Joseph and the team’s training camp at Missouri Western State University. Whether he’ll be on the practice field participating in the afternoon first full-squad session is unknown.

3 Responses to “Chiefs, Fisher Reach Deal”

  • July 26, 2013  - el cid says:

    Good news, now how about some football?

  • July 26, 2013  - ChuckXX says:

    I don’t like the way it is structured. Way too much money up front. The way some of these things get structured is just plain stupid. Read it for yourself. He gets 10 million upfront and hasn’t even played a down yet.

  • July 26, 2013  - johnfromfairfax says:

    Chuck how much of it is a signing bonus? The bonus money gets prorated over the length of the contract. That lowers the salary and hit to the cap and allows us to get him signed and in camp. If that’s the case I prefer we do it that way and am glad CH was willing to pay it let them structure it accordingly.

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