Former Michigan football All-American signs with a new NFL franchise
Devin Bush is arguably one of the greatest linebackers who have ever played for Michigan. Bush was a player for only three years in his career in Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor
The decision to leave for his first stint in the NFL following his junior season.
However, the sure-tackler has left his mark after being named twice All-American for 2017 as well as was a unanimous All-American in 2018.
Bush took the 10th selection in the 2019 NFL draft, which was won by the Pittsburgh Steelers ,
and was selected as a member of The All-Rookie Team after a 109-tackle campaign.
However, Bush injured his ACL in the year 2020 after playing only five games and never seemed to recover his form from his rookie year.
The Steelers did not accept his fifth-year contract Bush's fifth-year option, and Bush played just four times with the Steelers.
This past Thursday Ian Rapoport reported the Seattle Seahawks swooped in and signed Bush to a one-year contract.