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Former Pro Bowl OL Kyle Long is making a comeback to the NFL | He recently signed an agent

Kyle Long come back to the NFL
Former Chicago Bears offensive lineman Kyle Long is expected to make a return to the NFL after retiring in 2020.

Kyle Long is a three time Pro Bowler and the son of Howie Long, and he brother of Chris Long the former Eagle. Kyle who played college ball at Oregon is making a come back to the NFL.

According to his Twitter account, he is in great shape. He has recently signed with agent Jeff Nalley and is working to get back in the league.

Long was selected by the Chicago Bears with the 20th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. He was the first guard to be drafted by the team in the first round since Roger Davis in 1960.

Long announced his retirement from professional football on January 6, 2020. The Bears declined his contract option for 2020, making him an unrestricted free agent on March 18, 2020.

I could see a team like the Chiefs showing interest. I mean sign with a team like the Chiefs that have a history of winning on the cheap and you have a chance to win a Super Bowl. He is 32 years old at this point.

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