Even though he did not play in a single game last season — for an offensive line that had its share of struggles, by the way — Chiefs backup center Eric Kush (64, pictured in a training-camp scrimmage) says it was a far cry from his rookie year in 2013, as far as his preparedness goes.
Even though he did not play in a single game last season — for an offensive line that had its share of struggles, by the way — Chiefs backup center Eric Kush (64, pictured in a training-camp scrimmage) says it was a far cry from his rookie year in 2013, as far as his preparedness goes. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Even though he did not play in a single game last season — for an offensive line that had its share of struggles, by the way — Chiefs backup center Eric Kush (64, pictured in a training-camp scrimmage) says it was a far cry from his rookie year in 2013, as far as his preparedness goes. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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