|Offense||27th||127.8 (6th)||203.4 (29th)|
|Defense||7th||98.2 (7th)||231.1 (9th)|
Fisher's fifth-year contract option has been picked up by the Kansas City Chiefs , NFL.com reports.
Fisher, the No. 1 overall pick in 2013, struggled through his first couple seasons, but finally appeared to develop into a high-level offensive lineman last term. The 25-year-old spent time at both tackle positions as well as left guard last season, making his versatility and recent improvement reasons for the Chiefs to maintain his services through 2017.
The Kansas City Chiefs selected Nicolas in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 203rd overall.
A perilously undersized end at Virginia Tech, Nicolas will presumably play outside linebacker as a pass-rushing specialist for the Chiefs. It's generally hard to see upside here, however, as Nicolas ran the 40 in 4.74 seconds and posted just a 116-inch broad jump. His 41-inch vertical was encouraging, though.
The Kansas City Chiefs selected D.J. White in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 178th overall.
White was the best corner on a Georgia Tech defense that was only decent, but he showed good athleticism at the Combine, measuring at 5-foot-11, 193 pounds while logging a 4.49-second 40-yard dash and a 132-inch broad jump.
The Kansas City Chiefs selected Hill in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 165th overall.
This will be interesting. Hill is incredibly athletic, with both his speed and quickness almost unmatched, but in Dec. of 2014 he was arrested on a domestic abuse charge, a charge he eventually pleaded guilty to. He was accused of punching and choking his pregnant girlfriend at the time. The Chiefs presumably are banking on media forgetting this fact, which could very well happen. It's in any case an odd pick when the Chiefs already have De'Anthony Thomas, a very similar player with no domestic violence history.
The Kansas City Chiefs selected Robinson in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 126th overall.
Robinson is almost all theory to this point, as the talented wideout had been expected for years to break out for Florida, but quite simply never did. He also had persistent disciplinary issues with two different coaching staffs, and his pre-draft athletic testing wasn't obviously impressive. He's worth some consideration in dynasty formats, but the Chiefs have options at wide receiver already. It's hard to see why Robinson would earn playing time ahead of Rod Streater, Albert Wilson or Chris Conley.
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