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Chicago Bears have re-signed Eric Kush

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The Chicago Bears have finally made a decision regarding one of their unrestricted free agents, by announcing a two year contract for offensive lineman Eric Kush.

The Bears added Kush on a one year deal last offseason, and last year he saw a career high 8 games played with 4 starts. Not only can the 27 year old Kush play both guard spots, but he can play center as well.

The Bears are Kush’s 6th team after originally entering the NFL as a 6th round pick of the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2013 NFL Draft.

I had Kush, and o-line mate Ted Larsen, at number five in my Top 6 Ryan Pace In-House Chicago Bears’ decisions from yesterday. Contract details are not known at this time, but I wonder if this signing will signal them allowing Larsen to leave via free agency. Larsen played in more games last season, but I thought Kush played a bit better, plus Larsen is two years older.

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