Bush, 28, is a six-year NFL veteran. The Bears drafted the 6-foot, 187-pound defense out of Miami (Florida) in the fourth round (124 overall) of 2016 NFL Project. He has appeared in 79 matches – starting with 12 – collecting 89 tackles (73 singles, one for a loss), three interceptions, a sack, a forced tackle and 10 defensive passes.
He stands out as a player in special teams who can intervene in defense as a third safety. He’s been on the field for more than 60% of Chicago’s special teams in each of the past four seasons, while losing 40% of defensive picks only in his rookie year and over the past season, starting six and four games, respectively.
No contract information available yet. After terminating his contract with the debutante in 2020, he played on a Veteran Salary Benefit Contract As a qualifying four-year player, he earns $1.5 million while costing Chicago just over $1 million for the salary cap. In 2021, he signed a one-year deal worth $1.5 million. It is very likely that his new contract in Kansas City will be a veteran salary benefits deal.
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