GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Jarrett Bush wants to continue his career with the Packers. He hopes to find out soon that the feeling is mutual.
Bush, who just completed his sixth NFL season, is an unrestricted free agent.
"I love it here," Bush said Monday as he and his teammates cleared out their lockers after being eliminated from the playoffs. "I want to be back. I love Green Bay football. I have a house here. I've got my dog here. It's a matter of a phone call.
"Let's get it done."
Bush went undrafted out of Utah State in 2006 and was signed by the Carolina Panthers. However, after he was cut following the preseason, Green Bay signed him and he has been with the Packers ever since.
"Green Bay give me the first opportunity coming out of Carolina," Bush said. "I was a free-agent rookie, wide-eyed, came in here and they kind of showed me the way, showed me the ropes. They gave me my first shot, and that's all I needed was an opportunity coming out and they gave me that. I'm grateful for ...