Podcast: Jarrett Bush smashed the odds
The longtime Green Bay Packers cornerback details his rise... and explains what this 2022 team could learn from his 2010 Super Bowl title squad. Our conversation inside...
A player like Jarrett Bush has no business lasting in the NFL from 2006 to 2014, let alone winning his team a Super Bowl.
Undrafted out of Utah State. Six foot nothing. Bottom of the depth chart.
Yet there was the veteran cornerback in Dallas, picking off Ben Roethlisberger to key the Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl triumph in 2010. Bush cemented himself as one of the true leaders inside the locker room throughout his tenure with the team. He starred on special teams and earned plenty of nickel and dime reps throughout his career.
On this episode of podcast, Bush details his rise from obscurity and what drove him to work so hard.
He still lives in Green Bay today, so we dissect the current state of affairs with the Packers.
What can the 2022 Packers draw from his 2010 unit? Jarrett Bush supplies some clues.
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A lot of background racket; don't they make mikes or filters that can help with that? Frequently bad connections too - maybe a land-line?