Devin Bush signs with Seattle, ending disappointing stint with Steelers

The Steelers traded up to draft Bush in 2019

The Devin Bush experiment and time in Pittsburgh is over.

According to various reports, Bush is heading to Seattle on a one-year deal.

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport says he’s been in the Seattle area visiting the Seahawks.

The Steelers traded up to pick Bush 10th overall in the 2019 draft.

While he showed some flashes of potential, he ultimately never lived up to his potential.

He tore his ACL in October 2020 and when he came back wasn’t the same player.

He looked hesitant at times and would be late to tackles at times.

At the beginning of last season, Head Coach Mike Tomlin and the organization had high hopes for Bush, two years removed from his injury.

Starting in 14 games last year, Bush has 81 total tackles and two quarterback hits with zero sacks.

Over his four-year career with the Steelers, Bush played in 52 total games, starting 48 of them with 286 total tackles, two quarterback hits, four sacks and two interceptions.

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