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Perhaps the greatest testament to how well first-round pick Eric Fisher has fared during OTAs is how little attention he's drawn thus far.
Generally when an offensive lineman is drawing attention, it's because of mistakes, not stellar play. Fisher has simply gone out there each day and done what he's supposed to do, at a high level no less.
As posted by KCChiefs.com insider Reid Ferrin, Fisher's teammates along the offensive line have been very impressed with his play thus far.
Guard Jeff Allen said, “He’s coming [along]. The best thing about him is that you haven’t noticed him, which is good for an offensive lineman, because it means he isn’t making many mistakes. He’s mixing in with us and has been doing a good job.”
Left tackle Brandon Albert had this to say, "He's going to be good, he cares about his job as a young player, that's very important, coming off being a number one draft pick. I know he wants to get better. He's coming in early to be as good as he can possibly be; he's working hard to be a great offensive tackle. I'm trying to help him and he's helping me, too. I'm learning from him."
Fisher has stepped right into the right tackle spot vacated by veteran Eric Winston, and his relationship with Albert and the other Chiefs linemen should make fans extremely optimistic as this group continues to come together and improve.