When Jarrett Bush was a restricted free agent, the Packers were guaranteed a chance to match an offer for his services.
That’s just what they did after the Titans made Bush a big offer in 2009 and it’s looking like Bush has even more suitors this time around. Plenty of teams seem interested in the defensive back/special teamer at the moment.
Bush is expected to visit with the Cardinals on Monday, according to Aaron Wilson of Scout.com. That visit comes on the heels of a weekend spent meeting with the Jets, who might be looking at Bush, who mainly played cornerback in Green Bay, as an option at safety in the wake of losing out on Reggie Nelson. The Cowboys are also thought to be interested in Bush and a return to the Packers hasn’t been ruled out.
Bush started two games for the Packers on defense last season, registering 1.5 sacks and two interceptions. He has also been a key special teams player over the years in Green Bay. That would probably remain a major part of his job description wherever he winds up playing in 2012 as he’s never been much more than a sub package player in the secondary.