Deon Bush remains with Chiefs

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Deon Bush is sticking around in Kansas City.

Bush, who signed a one-year contract with the Chiefs a year ago, has now signed another one-year contract with the Chiefs, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

A 2016 fourth-round pick of the Bears, Bush played six seasons in Chicago before going to Kansas City last year. Although he’s listed as a free safety, Bush’s primary role is on special teams, where he played 317 snaps for the Chiefs last year. He played just 71 snaps on defense.

Bush will have to compete in training camp to make the Chiefs’ roster, but he’s likely to make the team as a core special teamer for another year.

3 responses to “Deon Bush remains with Chiefs

  1. The Chiefs are sticking to the game plan of releasing players without tender and then signing back those who don’t get better offers in free agency. Good way to establish a core group with team experience. Add a few mid tier free agents that have the potential to contribute and utilize the draft to restock the roster with rookie contracts.

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