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August 14, 2014 2:00 AM

Bulked-up center Eric Kush brings energy to the Chiefs’ offensive line

One of Chiefs coach Andy Reid’s biggest pet peeves is low-energy players. He likes the men who play for him to be full of life and have juice. That is, to love the game and energetically attack the voluminous amount of hours they spend preparing to play football on Sundays. That said, it’s no wonder he loves having second-year center Eric Kush around.

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