Cornerback and special teams ace Jarrett Bush has agreed to a three-year deal to return to the Green Bay Packers, according to his agent. Agent Derrick Fox says Bush agreed to return to the Packers after making free agent visits to Arizona and the New York Jets. Fox says Bush wanted to be with the Packers the whole time, and only would have left if he had been offered the chance to start.|||||||
Bush has played in 94 regular season games for the Packers since 2006, with seven career starts. He has three career interceptions, including two last season.
The Green Bay Packers matched an offer sheet from the Tennessee Titans on Bush.|||||||
Bush has been with the Packers for three seasons, mostly in a backup role. He played in 16 games last season and finished second on the team with 17 special teams tackles.
Tennessee signed restricted free agent cornerback Bush to an offer sheet Friday, giving the Green Bay Packers seven days to either match the contract or allow him to go to the Titans.|||||||
Bush has one start in 46 games in three seasons with the Packers. He would provide depth to a Titans secondary that lost Eric King to free agency and could lose Chris Carr to free agency.