Jarrett Bush DB GB 11 months ago

Bush, a free agent, has been suspended for the first four games of the 2015 season, ESPN.com reports. The suspension is believed to result from a violation of the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.

Bush, 31, was once a frequent subject of criticism for his performance as a reserve defensive back, but his skill on special teams has kept him with the Packers for nine seasons and 137 games thus far. If the Packers don't want him back, it's quite possible his career in the NFL will come to an end.

Jarrett Bush DB GB 4 years ago

Packers CB Jarrett Bush is listed as a starter opposite Tramon Williams on Green Bay's initial depth chart.

The Packers aren't ready to anoint Davon House just yet. Bush had a rough 2011, and could be passed by both House and second-rounder Casey Hayward in the preseason. Charles Woodson was listed at strong safety.

Jarrett Bush DB GB 4 years ago

Packers re-signed DB Jarrett Bush to a three-year contract.

Bush was drawing interest from the Rams, Jets and Cardinals, but will return to the team where he's spent his entire six-year career. He intercepted a career-high two passes last season, but was typically poor in coverage, and played only 297 defensive snaps. It's unlikely he was being offered more playing time elsewhere. He figures to focus on special teams in 2012.

Jarrett Bush DB GB 4 years ago

Free agent DB Jarrett Bush visited the Jets on Saturday, and will visit the Cardinals on Monday.

Bush has also drawn interest from the Rams and Cowboys, and reportedly remains an option in Green Bay. He's drawing a lot of interest for a player who played very poorly in 2011.

Jarrett Bush DB GB 4 years ago

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Rams are interested in free agent DB Jarrett Bush.

Jarrett Bush DB GB 5 years ago

Jarrett Bush is currently in the lead of the No. 4 corner job.

The Packers' top three corners of Charles Woodson, Tramon Williams and Sam Shields is as good as it gets. Bush's ability to play both corner and safety makes it likely he'll stay ahead of Pat Lee as the dime back.