According to a report over at Scout.com, citing a source of theirs, the Green Bay Packers have re-signed cornerback and special teams ace Jarrett Bush to a three-year contract. Financial terms are not available, but assuming this report is correct, we're likely to receive them shortly. Bush visited with the Arizona Cardinals and the New York Jets, but did not sign with either team.
Bush has been a member of the Packers since 2006 and has spent most of his time as a nickel and dime package corner. He's been criticized for some tough outings when he's been thrown into the fire and forced to cover top receivers, but he's a very useful player and I'm happy to have him back, provided the price is reasonable.
Replacing Bush's contributions on special teams was always going to be extremely difficult. He's one of the best ST gunners in the league, a contribution that goes unnoticed to many of those who don't watch every Packers game.