Jarrett Bush is staying in Green Bay.
Bush, a free agent cornerback who has been with the Packers since 2006, agreed to a three-year contract to remain with the team, agent Derrick Fox told the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
Although he had visits with the Jets and Cardinals and was planning to visit the Cowboys, Bush ultimately decided he wanted to stay where he was rather than explore the possibility of signing elsewhere.
“I asked him if that’s what he really wanted,” Fox said. “And he said, ‘No, I want to be a Packer.’ That’s what he wanted from the beginning.”
Bush entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Panthers but was cut by Carolina and signed by Green Bay in the preseason of his rookie year. In 2009 he signed a three-year, $4.5 million offer sheet with the Titans as a restricted free agent, but the Packers matched the offer to keep him. Fox wouldn’t disclose the terms of his new deal other than to say it was better than the previous three-year deal.