Larry Holder of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that the Saints are discussing contract extensions with S Rafael Bush and WR Joe Morgan.
Holder also confirms recent reports that the Saints are also talking to RT Zach Strief and OLB Parys Haralson about new contracts as well.
Holder mentions that Saints view Strief as a “high priority” in free agency, but adds that...
It seems like if Percy Harvin doesn’t have bad luck he’d have no luck at all. Playing in only his second game of the season, Percy Harvin was rocked by New Orleans’ Rafael Bush in the first quarter of the divisional game from Seattle. Harvin emerged from the play shaken up and had to retreat […]
In his first game of the season, and the Seahawks' third offensive play of the game, Percy Harvin was wrecked by Rafael Bush's monster hit.
Welcome back, Percy Harvin.
The Seahawks wide receiver, who played just one game in 2013 due to a hip injury, was back on the field for Seattle’s divisional playoff game with the Saints. The Saints, however, did their best to put him back on the sidelines.
In the first quarter of the Saints-Seahawks game on Saturday afternoon, Harvin took a vicious hit to the head by New Orleans...
Percy Harvin was forced to leave the game on Saturday during the Seattle Seahawks’ first drive of the game after taking a brutal hit from New Orleans Saints safety Rafael Bush. Russell Wilson floated a perfect pass to Harvin on 3rd and long that it looked like he was going to be able to secure. […]
In an incredibly scary moment, New England wideout Danny Amendola had to be helped off the field after a massive helmet-to-helmet hit from Rafael Bush.
Happy Mardi Gras everybody!! I hope you have a fun day filled with celebration, but stay safe out there. With the city on lockdown there's not much news hitting the airwaves lately but we did get one nugget coming from Rafael Bush's twitter account:
Resigning with the saints for another year #whodat
— rafael bush (@rbush36) February 11, 2013
Denver Broncos safeties Rafael Bush and Mike Adams at training camp on July 30, 2012. (Kyle Montgomery/BroncoTalk.net photo)
The Road to 53 is never an easy one for coaches and team executives, but maybe John Elway and John Fox can sleep a little easier knowing a handful of the players they cut have landed elsewhere in the NFL.
Safety Rafael Bush has landed on the 53-man roster of...
The New Orleans Saints have claimed safety Rafael Bush off waivers from the Denver Broncos and waived safety Jonathon Amaya.
The 5-foot-11, 200-pound Bush spent the second half of last season with Denver, appearing in six games and making three tackles, all on special teams.
Bush joined the NFL as an undrafted rookie with Atlanta in 2010 and spent most of that season on the practice...
Via AP on Fox
September 01, 2012
S.C. State safety Raefel Bush delivering a shot against Clemson. Bush is from the same school that produced former Steelers great Donnie Shell (1970-73).
Defensive back Rafael Bush was signed by the Denver Broncos off the Falcons practice squad on Monday.
Bush was originally signed as a safety, but saw time during training camp at nickel back. He was the longshot candidate in the...