GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Green Bay Packers on Tuesday made their first free-agent move of the offseason, reportedly agreeing to bring back cornerback and special teams gunner Jarrett Bush.
Bush's new deal with Green Bay is for three years, according to Aaron Wilson of Scout.com. Financial terms of the contract are not yet known.
Prior to re-signing with the Packers, Bush reportedly visited the New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals.
Bush went undrafted in 2006 and joined Green Bay later that year after being released by the Carolina Panthers in preseason.
Last season, Bush, who will turn 28 in May, primarily played in dime situations on defense as the fourth cornerback. Then, in the Packers' playoff loss to the New York Giants, Bush was in on first and second downs as the nickel back. Due to Bush's strong tackling ability, coach Mike McCarthy preferred him to Sam Shields.
It is likely that Bush will return to his previous role as the dime cornerback in 2012 while specializing in dow...