2. Eric Fisher
When the Kansas City Chiefs drafted Eric Fisher with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 draft, experts and fans had the right to question the front office. What they got was eight seasons of great production on the offensive line that saw the Chiefs transition from the conservative Alex Smith to the dynamic Patrick Mahomes at quarterback.
After his rookie season, Fisher started all 16 regular season games for the next five seasons as well as six playoff games. His best season came in 2018 when he was selected to his first Pro Bowl. That year the Chiefs fell one game short of the Super Bowl, losing to the New England Patriots at home in the AFC Championship.
The next season Mahomes took over as the starter, but Fisher was limited due to injuries for the first time in his career. Fortunately in the playoffs he was back to full strength, playing during the Chiefs entire ending with a victory in Super Bowl LIV. Fisher started 15 regular season and two playoff games before tearing his ACL against the Buffalo Bills in the AFC title game. He missed the Super Bowl and was released following the loss.
Fisher signed with the Indianapolis Colts for one season and they got 15 starts out of him but did not re-sign him. After spending most of 2022 not on a team, the Miami Dolphins signed him in December due to injuries on their line. Unfortunately, Fisher never played a down in Miami and hit the market after the season.
Bringing in Fisher might be a slightly better option than Lewan due to the fact he suffered his last serious injury two years ago. He was nothing but consistent when healthy in Kansas City and has a Super Bowl ring on his finger. A veteran presence with Super Bowl credentials, like when Peters came in last season, could do nothing but help the Cowboys.