New Lions general manager Bob Quinn has added another piece on defense.
Chalk it up as a prove-it pact for Bush, who landed on injured reserve last September with a torn pectoral. The season before, he missed six games with a broken leg.
Now 28, Bush is running out of time to show that he can produce on a consistent basis. Still, he has a shot to start alongside Glover Quin. Detroit also has Tavon Wilson, Don Carey and Isaiah Johnson at safety. The team isn't expected to bring back James Ihedigbo.
Here's a look at other signings from around the league:
- Remaining free agents
- NFC free agency grades
- AFC free agency grades
- Free agency winners and losers
- Seven riskiest free-agent signings
- Robert Griffin III signs with Cleveland Browns
- Wesseling: Which franchises are on the rise?
- Collateral damage: Players hurt by free agency
- Collateral benefits: Players aided by free agency
2. Rapoport reported that nose tackle Al Woods has signed a three-year deal with the Titans worth $10.5 million in base salary, with another $2.25 million in play-time incentives, per a source involved in negotiations. The pact includes $5 million in guaranteed loot. Woods started nine games for Tennessee last season, operating as a solid run-stuffer for the Titans.
3. The Bears have agreed to a three-year deal with former Colts linebacker Jerrell Freeman, the team announced. Rapoport reported Freeman will earn $12 million along with $2 million in incentives, per a source informed of the contract.