Chicago Bears Roster Update: DT Anthony Rush Signed to Active Roster, QB Kyle Sloter Added to Practice Squad

The Chicago Bears just announced two signings. Defensive tackle Anthony Rush was signed to the active roster, and quarterback Kyle Sloter was signed to the practice squad.

The 26-year-old Sloter, who played for Southern Mississippi and Northern Colorado, has never played in a regular-season NFL game. He’s mainly been a practice squad guy and has played in some preseason games.

Rush is only 24-years-old and has played in two NFL seasons. He played 9 games in 2019 for the Philadelphia Eagles where he had nine tackles including three tackles-for-loss. In 2020, he played four games with the Seattle Seahawks before being released. He had five tackles and .5 sacks with the Seahawks.

It’s largely expected that Rush will slot in as a backup to Mario Edwards, Jr., covering for the recently injured Roy Robertson-Harris, who is set to have season-ending shoulder surgery.

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