Eric Fisher Signs Contract With Indianapolis Colts

Eric Fisher

NFL offensive tackle Eric Fisher signed a one-year, $9.4 million contract with the Indianapolis Colts. Fisher spent the 2020 season with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Eric Fisher, Indianapolis Colts, Agree to Contract

Eric Fisher was born on January 5th, 1991, in Rochester, Michigan. Fisher was drafted by the Chiefs first overall in the 2013 NFL Entry Draft. Fisher signed for four years and for $22.19 million Chiefs signed Fisher to an extension on July 30th, 2016, for four years and $48 million. The Chiefs released Fisher on March 11th, 2021.

During the 2020-21 season in 15 games, Fisher had one reception for two yards. Fisher; however, one holding penalty and two false start penalties. Fisher was selected to the Pro Bowl for the second time. During the AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills, Fisher suffered a torn Achilles and missed the rest of the playoffs. The Chiefs would lose to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Super Bowl LV 31-9.

During the 2019-20 season in eight games, Fisher had two false start penalties. Fisher suffered a groin injury before the Week 2 game against the Oakland Raiders. Additionally, Fisher missed significant time after having core muscle surgery. The Chiefs would win the Super Bowl by defeating the San Fransisco 49ers 31-20.

During the 2018-19 season in 16 games, Fisher had one fumble recovery. Fisher; however, had three holding and four false start penalties. Fisher was selected to his first Pro Bowl. The Chiefs would lose to the New England Patriots in overtime, in the AFC Conference Championship 37-31.

During the 2017-18 season in 16 games, Fisher had three holding penalties and one false start penalty. The Chiefs would lose to the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Wildcard Playoffs 22-21. During the 2016-17 season in 16 games, Fisher had one fumble. Additionally, Fisher had four holding and four false start penalties.  The Chiefs would go on to lose to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Divisional Playoffs 18-16.

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