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Long named to PFF All-Rookie Team

Bears guard Kyle Long has been named to the Pro Football Focus All-Rookie Team.


Kyle Long
Selected with the 20th pick in the draft, Long started all 16 games as a rookie after opening just five contests at the Division I college level last year at Oregon.

The 6-6, 313-pounder was part of a revamped offensive line in 2013 that helped the Bears rank second in the NFL with 445 points and set franchise records with 6,109 total yards, 4,450 passing yards, 32 passing touchdowns and 344 first downs.

Joining Long on the PFF All-Rookie offense are quarterback Mike Glennon (Buccaneers); running backs Eddie Lacy (Packers) and Giovani Bernard (Bengals); receivers Keenan Allen (Chargers), Cordarrelle Patterson (Vikings) and Andre Ellington (Cardinals); tight end Jordan Reed (Redskins); tackles David Bakhtiari (Packers) and D.J. Fluker (Chargers); center Travis Frederick (Cowboys) and guard Larry Warford (Bengals).

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