Ex-Chief, Charger LB Lew Bush Dead at 42
SAN DIEGO — Former Kansas City Chief and San Diego Charger linebacker Lew Bush has died, the Chargers announced on Thursday.
Bush, 42, was a fourth-round pick of the Chargers in 1993 and played for the Chiefs from 2000-2002. According to the Chargers, Bush died of an apparent heart attack.
Bush had been working as a pregame commentator for the Chargers radio broadcast team. Over 10 season in the NFL, Bush recorded 57 tackles, four sacks and two interceptions.
Bush played on the Chargers’ 1994 Super Bowl team. According to the Chargers, Bush is the seventh player from that team to have died, joining RB Rodney Culver, LB Dave Griggs, DT Shawn Lee, DE Chris Mims, LB Doug Miller and C Curtis Whitley.