After losing handyman Chris Carr to the Baltimore Ravens this weekend, the Titans seemingly had found their guy to replace him in Green Bay restricted free agent Jarrett Bush. They signed Bush to an offer sheet on Friday, which gave the Packers seven days to either match it or move on. Apparently the team felt he was an indispensable part of their special teams unit and secondary depth, because they matched the offer sheet and will retain Bush. This means that it’s back to work (both on and off the field) for the Titans in finding some more help in the secondary and on special teams. It’s been said over and over again here that Justin Miller would be a good fit for what the Titans need, but it seems as though that won’t be happening either with word out of Oakland that the Raiders have re-signed the CB/return specialist. These were likely the top two targets for the Titans at this point in free agency, but it looks as though they will have to find that help elsewhere.
Packers keep Bush, Raiders keep Miller
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