The Bears signed Kush (undisclosed) to the practice squad Tuesday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.
Kush was cut by the Raiders in September with an injury settlement, and he's finally healthy enough to contribute with a new team. The 31-year-old started seven games for the Browns last year and will add depth at the interior of Chicago's offensive line.
Las Vegas cut Kush (undisclosed) from IR with an injury settlement Sunday, per Around The NFL.
The 30-year-old guard could draw interest around the league as a depth option, and he'll be free to sign with a new club when fully healthy.
The Raiders placed Kush (undisclosed) on injured reserve Saturday, Josh Alper of Yahoo Sports reports.
It's unclear how the 30-year-old suffered the injury, but it's likely he won't see the field during the 2020 campaign. Kush started the first seven games for the Browns last season, and he'll look to get healthy before earning a depth role next season.
Kush signed a contract with the Raiders on Saturday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The 30-year-old started the first seven games for the Browns last season, but he was cut in mid-February. Kush should fill a reserve role on the interior offensive line for the Raiders.
The Browns released Kush on Monday.
Kush started the first seven games in 2019, but he lost the job to second-year pro Wyatt Teller in Week 9. The team has decided to let Kush go and save $2.075 million in cap space in 2020. The 30-year-old likely will vie for a reserve role with another squad.
Kush took all the first-team snaps at right guard during Friday's preseason loss to the Buccaneers, Anthony Poisal of the Browns' official site reports.
Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens confirmed that Kush will likely be the starter at right guard when the regular season opens. "There's always competition," Kitchens said. "I thought he did some things nice yesterday, but he's got to continue to get better. He's not a finished product by any stretch of the imagination. Eric will get the first shot of seeing what he can do, and so far, he's been doing very well. Not good enough yet, but he'll continue to get better to get there." He has outperformed Austin Corbett, a 2018 second-round pick, and earned the job.
Kush signed a contract with the Browns on Thursday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Kush comes over from the Bears, where he started seven of 15 games for the club, playing at both guard positions in 2018. The 29-year-old will likely provide depth to the Browns' offensive line.
Kush (neck) doesn't carry an injury designation ahead of Sunday's contest versus the Bills.
Kush missed last week with this injury, but it seemingly won't keep him off the field this week. The 29-year-old practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday and Thursday, then logged a full practice Friday.
Kush (neck) will not play Sunday against the Jets.
Kush was unable to practice all week. With center Cody Whitehair (shoulder) healthy, guard James Daniels will likely step up in Kush's absence at left guard.
Kush is competing for a starting role at guard, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
The Bears are set at both tackle positions and Kyle Long is cemented in his role at right guard. With Cody Whitehair expected to secure the first-string job at center, Kush is likely competing with second-round rookie James Daniels for the final starting gig along the offensive line. Even if Kush doesn't make the cut, he should nonetheless hold down a significant rotational role during the 2018 season.
Kush (hamstring) was officially placed on injured reserve Monday, Adam Hoge of WGN reports.
This move was expected, as Kush tore his hamstring at practice. He was slated to be a swing player for the interior of the Bears' offensive line, so he would have served as a valuable presence backing up the currently injured Kyle Long (ankle). However, this injury does not figure to impact any of the Bears' skill players heading into the season.
Kush tore his hamstring and is out of the 2017 season, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Kush was slated to be a swing player on the interior of the Bears' offensive line, making him especially helpful while Kyle Long (ankle) works his way back to full health. For now, this injury won't impact the fantasy prospects for any of Chicago's skill position players, but the team lost valuable depth to the line.
Kush left practice early Sunday due to a tight left hamstring, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
The severity of the injury is relatively unknown, but given how distant the regular season still is, the Bears may err on the side of caution. Kush projects to function as a utility lineman for Chicago this year.
The Buccaneers announced the signing of former Falcons offensive lineman Joe Hawley . Hawley played in 57 games (23 starts) in five seasons with Atlanta.
To make room for him on the 53-man roster, the Bucs released center Eric Kush. Kush was a gameday inactive for the team's Week 1 loss against the Titans on Sunday.
The Chiefs listed quarterback Alex Smith as inactive for Week 17’s game against the Chargers.
Smith is suffering from a lacerated spleen which is expected to keep him out for six weeks.
Other inactives included Donnie Avery, Phillip Gaines, Marcus Cooper, Eric Kush, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and Nick Williams.
Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (shoulder) and running back Jamaal Charles (hamstring, ankle) were listed as questionable, but are active.
The following players for the Chiefs have been deemed inactive for Sunday's game against the Steelers: quarterback Aaron Murray, wide receiver Donnie Avery, offensive linemen Eric Kush, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Nick Williams, cornerback Marcus Cooper and running back Charcandrick West.
The Chiefs report more healthy scratches than injured players on their Sunday injury report. The three who are ailing are wideout Donnie Avery (groin), cornerback Phillip Gaines (concussion) and defensive end Allen Bailey (concussion).
The healthy scratches are quarterback Aaron Murray, offensive linemen Eric Kush and Laurent Duvarnay-Tardif and tight end Richard Gordon.
The Chiefs ruled tight end defensive end Allen Bailey (concussion), wideout Junior Hemingway (concussion), cornerback Jamell Fleming (hamstring) tight end Richard Gordon, quarterback Aaron Murray, center Eric Kush and offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif inactive for the game at Arizona.
The Chiefs have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday night's matchup with the Broncos: wide receiver Junior Hemingway (concussion), cornerback Jamell Fleming (hamstring), tight end Phillip Supernaw, quarterback Aaron Murray, center Eric Kush, tackle Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and defensive tackle Nick Williams.
Hemingway was previously ruled out on the team's final injury report. Fleming had been listed as probable to play in Week 13.
The team will have both defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson (calf) and cornerback Chris Owens (knee, abdomen) after both players were listed as questionable. While Fleming is inactive after being listed as probable, the following probables are active Sunday night: wide receiver Donnie Avery (groin), punter Dustin Colquitt (knee), tight end Anthony Fasano (knee), linebacker Tamba Hali (knee), cornerback Sean Smith (groin) and tackle Donald Stephenson (shoulder).
The Chiefs have listed QB Aaron Murray, WR Donnie Avery, WR A.J. Jenkins, CB Chris Owens, CB Jamell Fleming, C Eric Kush and OL Laurent Duvernay-Tardif as inactive for Week 12 against the Raiders.
Both Jenkins and Avery had been rushed out prior to the contest. Fleming was listed as questionable due to a hamstring issue. The other four players are healthy scratches.