NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport tweeted that Devin Bush has signed his rookie deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The #Steelers just signed LB Devin Bush to his rookie deal, source said, a 4-year contract with a 5th year option. It’s with a total of $18,871,768, fully guaranteed.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 12, 2019
The deal will run through the 2022 season, though the Steelers will have a team-option for 2023, paying Bush around four million dollars per season.
The former Michigan linebacker is the first of two Michigan first round picks to sign, with Rashan Gary currently working on finalizing his deal with the Green Bay Packers. Bush’s teammate, Zach Gentry signed his rookie deal earlier in the week with the Steelers. Gentry signed a four-year offer that will pay out at just under one million dollars per season.