After tearing his Achilles at the AFC Championship Game against the Bills, Eric Fisher needed to see the Chiefs take on the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV Rather than lining up at left tackle.
Fisher has been published by the Chiefs and signed with the Colts on a yearlong thing. However throughout his introductory press conference a week, he confessed seeing quarterback Patrick Mahomes jog for 497 yards before departure or getting sacked wasn’t a comfortable experience.
“Sitting up at the stands, it was hard to observe, to be aware that the quarterback I was shielding was running around there,” Fisher said in his eponymous introductory press conference, through ArrowheadPride.com. “It was hard to watch. I enjoy being a constant player, so not to be available to perform this job for my group, it was hard. It simply makes me want to return and remain healthier and just continue to play with high-level soccer for a team”
Fisher has a opportunity to do this for Indianapolis. Though a report signaled Fisher might not be prepared to play with before October, he must continue to have the ability to assist the Colts, that are constructed for a deep playoff run.
The first selection of the Andy Reid era in Kansas City, Fisher played 117 games for the Chiefs over eight seasons, winning Super Bowl LIV.