The agent for restricted free agent cornerback Jarrett Bush appears hopeful that an offer sheet with the Tennessee Titans could be executed soon for his client.
“We are still talking and expecting something in writing soon,” agent Derrick Fox said.
Bush could help the Titans replenish lost depth in the secondary caused by Eric King’s defection to the Detroit Lions and the unlikely return of fellow cornerbacks Reynaldo Hill and Tyrone Poole to Tennessee.
The Titans are also still waiting to see whether or not Chris Carr will return to the team. Carr has had visits with Detroit, Cleveland and New England, but the Titans are still interested in retaining him in part because of his return skills.
Bush, was tendered at the lowest level for a restricted free agent at $1.01 million. Since Bush entered the league as an undrafted free agent, the Titans would not owe the Packers any compensation if they signed Bush to an offer sheet and Green Bay chose not to match.
The Titans also have interest in unrestricted free agent cornerbacks Justin Miller and Eric Green, both of whom visited last week.