Julian Love, Devin Bush visit Seahawks today

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The Seahawks will have in-person discussions with a couple of young free agent defenders today.

Former Giants safety Julian Love and former Steelers linebacker Devin Bush are visiting the Seahawks on Thursday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

The 24-year-old Love is the No. 61 player on our list of the Top 100 free agents. He was a 2019 fourth-round pick of the Giants who had his best year last season, starting 16 games after being primarily a backup for the first three years of his NFL career.

The 24-year-old Bush was the No. 10 overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft. Last year he played in all 17 games for the Steelers and was on the field for 62 percent of their defensive snaps.

8 responses to “Julian Love, Devin Bush visit Seahawks today

  1. Bush is horrible . As bad as Cody Barton was in SEA Bush is a sizable downgrade from Barton I don’t see why SEA would want Bush. Steelers fans despise Bush.

  2. Devin Bust. Another 1st round dud for the Steelers. Hard to believe they actually traded UP to get him.

  3. fatstupidline69 says:
    March 16, 2023 at 5:54 am
    Devin Bust. Another 1st round dud for the Steelers. Hard to believe they actually traded UP to get him.

    Yes, I’m sure that 100% of the draft picks by whatever team you follow all make the pro bowl.

  4. Bush seemed to be doing well until he got injured. Never has been the same since.

  5. I didn’t know much about Bush but you said 1st round bust, I think that who Pete is going to sign to one year prove it deal.

    Seattle has loved these trying to see if they can coach up these high draft pedigrees that haven’t performed.

    In my eyes the smart move is bringing back Bobby Wagner for his last couple years. Drafting his clone

  6. No to DB. 7 M for a safety seems high since availability in draft. Rather just put 10m on Bobby wagner

  7. Bobby W might be a great ‘what if’ choice, but at 10million, that would be over what the Seahawks have in ‘real’ cap space (9.7million) —
    and that’s before the 2 first, 2 second round picks, etc and the yet to be signed backups, which all need to come in under the cap.
    Bobby would need to play for 3-4 million to be able to be signed at this point, unless we can trade out of the horrible Adams or Diggs contracts.

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