The Kansas City Chiefs announced Thursday that the club had released the tackles against Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz

“I have great respect for Eric and Mitchell,” said General Manager Brett Veach. “With Eric he was obviously the very first player we drafted when we arrived in Kansas City and we have watched him for many years Long grew into a solid duel for us with Mitchell, his durability and toughness is remarkable and he has certainly left his mark on our team.These decisions are never easy, especially with people like this, but these two players will forever be a part of our history “

“I want to thank Eric and Mitch for all of their contributions over the years,” said head coach Andy Reid. “Every day these two men came to work with the right attitude, ready to grind, both in the field and in the classroom These guys are both filthy tough but beyond that they are good people and I enjoyed coaching them I wish them all the best as they advance in their careers “

Fisher (6-7, 315) originally joined the NFL as the first overall selection of the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2013 NFL Draft. In eight seasons with the Chiefs, he played 117 games (113 starts) and started eleven postseason games with the Club, including the team’s Super Bowl LIV post-season 2019 win, Fisher was selected for two Pro Bowls in Kansas City (2018, 2020) Returning from injury in the 2019 season, he was named the club’s Ed Block Courage Award winner
The Michigan native was the second player in team history to be ranked number one overall by the Chiefs in the AFL or NFL Draft KC drafted first overall in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the 1963 AFL Draft, DT Buck Buchanan Fisher played collegially in Central Michigan and became the first MAC player to be inducted into the NFL with the first choice

Schwartz (6-5, 320) has played nine seasons in the NFL, including the last five with the Chiefs (2016-20). He joined Kansas City after four years with the Cleveland Browns (2012-15) Schwartz originally entered Cleveland’s second round of voting (37 Overall Round) in the 2012 NFL Draft to the NFL. He has started 134 regular season games (70 in KC) and seven postseason games, including the team’s Super Bowl LIV victory

The native Californian Pacific Palisades played 7894 consecutive offensive snaps to start his NFL career.He started 134 straight games on the offensive line before being transferred to the injured reserve in Week 7 of 2020.Schwartz was All-Pro for three consecutive seasons with the Chiefs honored (2017-19) He played collegially at the University of California

The schedule has yet to be set, but we know who the Chiefs will be playing against for the next season

Eric Fisher

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