Fisher (sports hernia) is officially active for Monday's game against the Chargers, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
Fisher has been sidelined since Week 2 with the injury, but he will finally make his long-awaited return to the field. Now that he's officially healthy, expect the former No. 1 overall pick to re-gain his usual role as the team's starting left tackle.
Fisher (sports hernia) was a full participant in practice Thursday.
Fisher has been out since Week 2 with the injury but appears on the verge of retaking his spot on the offensive line. Cam Erving should return to a reserve role.
Fisher (sports hernia) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Titans, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports.
Fisher was able to log two limited practice sessions this week, hinting that he may be inching closer to a return. In the meantime, Cam Erving will aim to protect recently-returned Patrick Mahomes (knee) and prevent hits from his blind side.
Fisher (sports hernia) will remain sidelined for Sunday's game versus the Vikings.
Fisher successfully underwent surgery for a sports hernia in mid-September. He remained a non-participant at practice all week, which means there is no surprise that he will be unable to go against Minnesota.
Fisher (sports hernia) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Packers, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports.
Fisher underwent surgery to repair his hernia Monday, and he won't be ready yet. The Packers are averaging 2.6 sacks per game, and Cameron Erving will be deployed to protect Matt Moore's blindside in this contest.
Andy Reid called Fisher (sports hernia) day-to-day on Monday, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports.
Fisher is working his way back from having undergone sports hernia surgery mid-September. While an official timetable for his return remains undisclosed, it appears as though Fisher is nearing a return to full health. When able to operate without limitations, he'll retake the starting left tackle gig.
Coach Andy Reid said Monday that Fisher's sports hernia surgery "went well," Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports.
A timetable for Fisher's recovery remains undisclosed, but it's encouraging that things are proceeding without issue thus far. Cameron Erving will draw the start at left tackle as long as Fisher remains sidelined.
Fisher will have core muscle surgery and is expected to miss four to six weeks, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.
Coach Andy Reid didn't rule out the possibility of placing Fisher on injured reserve, which would rule him out until Week 11. While Fisher recovers, expect Cameron Erving to start at left tackle.
Fisher (groin) left Sunday's game against the Raiders and is questionable to return.
Fisher came into the game with the injury, and after one series, was forced to leave the game. As long as the former first-overall pick is sidelined, Cameron Erving will take over as the team's starting left tackle.
Fisher (groin) is active for Sunday's game versus the Raiders, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
After injuring his groin late in the practice week, Fisher's status for Week 2 was grim. However, he's ready to go and will start at left tackle Sunday.
Fisher (groin) is considered a long-shot to play in Sunday's game against the Raiders, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Fisher tweaked his groin late in the week in practice, and, as evidenced by this news, the injury is expected to keep him out. If the veteran is officially ruled out, Cameron Erving would be next in line to start at left tackle.
Fisher (shoulder) started at left tackle and played 24 offensive snaps during Friday's preseason win over the Falcons.
Fisher tweaked his shoulder earlier in August, but the injury has proven to be minor with him returning to normal activity. The 2013 first-rounder is slated to start at left tackle again next Saturday against the Bears during Week 3 of the preseason.
Fisher left practice early Thursday due to a shoulder injury, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Head coach Andy Reid said that Fisher "tweaked" his shoulder, which suggests that the injury is not very serious. If Fisher is forced to miss any further action, look for Dillon Gordon or Bryan Witzmann to step in and pick up the reps at left tackle.
Fisher (back) will play in Monday's game against Washington, Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports.
Fisher woke up Monday unsure if he'd be ready, but following a good showing in warmups, he'll anchor the Kansas City offensive line to close out Week 4 action.
Fisher (back) is expected to be a game-time decision for Monday's game against the Redskins, NFL.com reports.
Fisher presumably suffered his back injury in last week's victory over the Chargers. The 26-year-old would likely be replaced by Cameron Erving if he is ultimately unable to suit up for the contest.
Chiefs offensive lineman Jah Reid will be replaced as the starting right tackle by Eric Fisher, NFL.com reports.
Fisher battled through an ankle injury that limited him to three snaps through the first two weeks. Reid started at right tackle the first two weeks, but had some problems in pass blocking.
Chiefs right tackle Eric Fisher is set to start Monday against Green Bay, per Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star.
Fisher didn't start either of the first two contests due to a high-ankle sprain, but it appears that absence is about to come to an end.
An ankle injury is still hobbling Chiefs offensive tackle Eric Fisher, though Andy Reid has stated that he is getting some reps in practice Tuesday, the Kansas City Star has reported.
Jah Reid will get the majority of playing time at that position in practice. It remains to be seen how much action Fisher sees Thursday night against Denver.
Chiefs right tackle Eric Fisher has been cleared to play Week 1 at Houston. He was questionable due to an ankle injury.
However, Fisher might not start Sunday due to a high ankle sprain, a source told The Kansas City Star. Jah Reid would start, if Fisher cannot.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid made the announcement Monday former No. 1 overall pick Eric Fisher is moving from left tackle to right tackle to begin the 2015 season. Donald Stephenson is taking over at left tackle for Kansas City.
“We’re going to play the five best, and Fish gives us a whole lot of flexibility, he can play any position on the offensive line, and play at Pro Bowl caliber,” Reid said, per The Kansas City Star.