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July 22, 2014 2:53 PM

Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher is bigger in hopes of being better in 2014

Shortly after Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher participated in his first camp practice Tuesday — a full two days before his fellow veterans are mandated to — the 6-foot-8 Fisher said he now weighs 20 pounds more than he did last season. “I’m weighing about 315,” Fisher said. “I’m happy with that weight. I think they’re happy with that weight.”

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