PITTSBURGH, Pa (WKBN) – As the Pittsburgh Steelers wrapped up rookie minicamp on Sunday, they signed their first round pick Devin Bush to his first NFL contract.
The deal is for four years worth a guaranteed $18,871,758. The deal contains a fifth-year team option which is standard for all first round picks.
Bush will also get a projected signing bonus worth $11.744 million.
The Steelers traded up to get Bush with the 10th overall pick, their first top ten pick in 19 years.
Since 2017, Bush was just one of three FBS players with 150-plus tackles, 10-plus sacks and 10-plus pass breakups.