Chiefs LT Eric Fisher to have MRI on injured ankle

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Eric Fisher, the first overall pick in the 2013 draft, was taken from the practice field in a motorized cart Monday because of an ankle injury.

Coach Andy Reid said Fisher would have an MRI to determine the extent of the damage.

Fisher was able to walk off the field after the injury without assistance, though he was favoring the injured ankle. After receiving attention in the Chiefs' medical tent on the sideline, Fisher attempted to walk off the injury.

After a few moments, however, he got into a golf cart and was driven away.

The Chiefs were already practicing without starting right tackle Jeff Allen, who sprained his knee in Saturday night's 34-19 preseason win over the Arizona Cardinals.

Without Allen and Fisher, the Chiefs went with Donald Stephenson and Jarrod Pughsley as their starting tackles. Stephenson has started 14 games in his three seasons with the Chiefs, and Pughsley has never played in an NFL game.