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"Yeah," Schwartz said when asked about the possibility, according to the Detroit Free Press. "I'm not a man of few words, but yes (that's possible)."
"He can change field position," Schwartz added. "(How we use him will) shake out over the course of offseason and training camp and preseason games, but he's certainly a guy that you want touching the football, and any way we can get him touching the football is going to be good for the Lions."
Logan, bless his soul, is a free agent who probably won't be back in Detroit. The Lions ranked 22nd in punt-return average (8.6 yards per return) and had six botched punts returns, tied for the most in the NFL.
In other words, a player of Bush's ability could provide welcome relief. He's never been a primary kickoff returner, but he returned four punts for touchdowns during his days with the New Orleans Saints.