PITTSBURGH, PA — Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Devin Bush is spending the day in Seattle today, visiting the Seahawks, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Bush remains a free agent after the first wave of inside linebacker signings rounded off. So far, Tremaine Edmunds is the only name to sign a massive deal, with the rest sitting near the $4-6 million mark.
Giants’ free-agent safety Julian Love and Steelers’ free-agent LB Devin Bush are visiting the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 16, 2023
The former 10th-overall pick started 14 games for the Steelers last season, recording 81 tackles and two pass deflections. Two years removed from ACL surgery, Bush seemingly found his footing again as a football player, and admitted he felt better his second season removed from the injury.
Still, by the end of the year, Robert Spillane and Mark Robinson had replaced Bush and an injured Myles Jack, apparently ending the former first-round pick’s time in Pittsburgh.
Seattle has also been reported to be involved in bringing back Bobby Wagner.