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Friday July 26th, 2013

Eric Fisher and the Chiefs agreed to a four-year deal. (Kansas City Star/Getty Images) Eric Fisher and the Chiefs agreed to a four-year deal. (Kansas City Star/Getty Images)

The Kansas City Chiefs and offensive tackle Eric Fisher agreed to a four-year deal Friday, according to multiple media reports.

Fisher's deal is for $22.2 million and includes a $14.5 million bonus.

Fisher was the No. 1 overall pick in April's NFL draft. The contract comes at some delay because both sides were working on the negotiation of offset language concerning the guaranteed portion of his deal.

Fisher played left tackle in college at Central Michigan, but is expected to play right tackle in Kansas City. Branden Albert is currently the team's starting left tackle. BURKE: Tracking the franchise tags: Ryan Clady signs, Branden Albert fails to get deal done

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