[Kansas City.com] Chiefs rookies and quarterbacks reported to the start of training camp on Monday with one glaring exception.
Offensive tackle Eric Fisher, the first overall pick in the NFL Draft, remains unsigned and cannot participate in any camp activities at Missouri Western until he reaches an agreement with the club.
The rookies and quarterbacks, and selected veterans, will be on the field Tuesday and Wednesday before the full team reports on Thursday and takes the field on Friday.
Chiefs general manager John Dorsey wasn’t frustrated that a deal has not been struck with Fisher, who is projected to be the club’s starting right tackle.
“Right now we’re still talking, and that’s where we are,” Dorsey said Monday. “It’s the business side of it, and it’s kind of what you do with this thing. Training camp hasn’t even got here yet.”