The Kansas City Chiefs gave offensive tackle Eric Fisher a contract extension Saturday.
The extension is for four years and worth $48 million, according to NFL Media. Fisher had his fifth-year option picked up by the team in the spring. Overall, his contract is for six years and $63 million, with $40 million guaranteed.
"We were able to reach an agreement with Eric and his representatives on a contract extension," general manager John Dorsey said in a press release. "In three seasons he's grown significantly as a football player in our system. He's a tough, physical presence and a leader on our offensive line. We look forward to keeping him as a part of our organization and community."
Kansas City made Fisher the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 draft after a stellar career at Central Michigan.
In three seasons, Fisher has started 43 of 46 games played. He has played in all 32 regular-season games the past two years. In 2015, he started 14 games as he lost his left tackle job prior to the season opener but eventually won it back.
Fisher allowed 42 pressures his rookie year, 42 in 2014 and 37 last year, according to Pro Football Focus.