Former Kansas Metropolis Chiefs left sort out Eric Fisher has a brand new residence, in response to NFL Community’s Tom Pelissero. It’s with the Indianapolis Colts, with whom he has signed a one-year deal price $9.4 million.
Fisher, 30, has been tied to the Colts since final Wednesday. Present Colts common supervisor Chris Ballard was the Chiefs’ director of participant personnel when the staff made the 6-foot-7, 315-pounder the primary draft choice of the brand new, Andy Reid-led regime again in 2013.
Fisher began 98 regular-season video games, showing in 102 throughout his eight-year Kansas Metropolis tenure from 2013-2020. He was named to the Professional Bowl in 2018 and 2020.
In 2020 — Fisher’s remaining season with the membership — he performed in 15 regular-season video games and two playoff video games earlier than tearing his Achilles within the AFC title sport.
The Chiefs launched Fisher together with proper sort out Mitchell Schwartz in early March, saving greater than $18 million in opposition to the wage cap. Fisher thanked the staff and metropolis on Instagram.
Kansas Metropolis hadn’t dominated out a possible reunion with Fisher, however the $9.4 million he is because of make with the Colts was possible too wealthy for the Chiefs, who made different plans at left sort out by buying and selling with the Baltimore Ravens for the 25-year-old Orlando Brown Jr. final month.
The Chiefs aren’t scheduled to play the Colts throughout 2021’s common season however may see them within the playoffs.