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

With free agency looming for Rodney Hudson, Chiefs backup center Eric Kush will stay ready

March 01, 2015 05:47 PM

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