Chiefs selected Central Michigan LT Eric Fisher with the No. 1 overall pick.
Central Michigan T Eric Fisher tells Pro Football Talk he has visited the Jaguars, Eagles, Lions, Browns and Panthers.
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah has heard from several GMs and Personnel Directors who expect the Jaguars to select an OT at No. 2.
Draft insider Tony Pauline cites sources saying several Chiefs position coaches prefer Eric Fisher over Luke Joeckel.
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah mentioned there is a lot of buzz about the Raiders selecting an OT with pick No. 3.
Detroit Lions GM Martin Mayhew says the team will not trade up to the No. 1 overall selection.
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah would not be shocked if Central Michigan T Eric Fisher ends up being the No. 1 pick for the Chiefs.
ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted the top three OTs will be selected within the top seven picks, and possibly sooner.
Central Michigan T Eric Fisher said he is willing to play right tackle as a rookie.
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah listed what constitutes a prospect as a "safe pick."
Central Michigan's Eric Fisher is now NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock's top OT.
Detroit Lions Insider Tim Twentyman reports the Lions had Central Michigan T Eric Fisher and North Carolina State CB David Amerson in for visits.
National Football Post's Dan Pompei reports Central Michigan T Eric Fisher impressed as much as any other prospect in two team interviews.
A group of Chiefs evaluators spent Tuesday at Central Michigan visiting and working out T Eric Fisher, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
SI's Peter King would not be surprised if the Lions "strongly consider" a T at pick No. 5, specifically Central Michigan's Eric Fisher or Oklahoma's Lane Johnson.