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.
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.
Fun fact about Eric Kush, who is back with the Bears on a two-year deal: he had only 1 penalty last season in 8 games and 4 starts.— Kevin Fishbain (@kfishbain) February 15, 2017
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