- Former non-drafted free agent and waiver-wire pickup who has played in all 16 games in six of his eight seasons with the Packers, continuing his role as a reserve DB and key contributor on special teams.
- Battled a nagging hamstring injury during the early portion of the 2013 season, missing four games (inactive for three, did not play in one) and snapping a streak of 92 consecutive games played (including playoffs).
- Last season, appeared in 12 games, posting 10 tackles (seven solo), an INT and five passes defensed from scrimmage, in addition to seven tackles and a forced fumble on special teams.
- Led the team in coverage tackles during the regular season in 2012, matching his career high of 17 set in 2008. Marked his seventh straight season with a double-digit tackle total on special teams, becoming the first Packer to accomplish the feat since the statistic began being recorded in 1976.
- His 86 special teams tackles over the past six seasons rank No. 1 on the team over that span.
- Has been voted one of the team’s playoff captains as one of two special teams representatives prior to each of the last four postseasons (2010-13).
- Has missed just six contests in eight seasons, appearing in 122 games with eight starts during his career. His 122 regular-season games played as a Packer rank second on the current roster behind only LB A.J. Hawk (126).
- Served as both the dime and nickel CB at times during the 2011 season, making 21 tackles (14 solo), while posting a career-high two interceptions and his first career sack.
- Posted a career-high 26 tackles (22 solo), an interception and seven passes defensed in 2009 after stepping into an expanded role as the nickel CB following a season-ending knee injury to veteran Al Harris.
- Played in all 16 games as a rookie in 2006 despite joining Green Bay just a week prior to the season opener. Was one of four Packers rookies to play in every game that season, joining Hawk, Daryn Colledge and Tony Moll.
- Joined the Packers after being claimed off waivers by Green Bay from Carolina on Sept. 3, 2006. Had originally signed with Carolina as a non-drafted free agent on May 5, 2006. As a restricted free agent in 2009, was signed by Tennessee to an offer sheet that Green Bay matched and was re-signed after reaching unrestricted free agency following the 2011 season.
Played in all 22 games during his Utah State career, including 13 starts, earning All-Western Athletic Conference honors in 2005…Majored in sociology… Began his collegiate career at American River (Calif.) Junior College.
Given name Jarrett Lee Bush…Born in Vacaville, Calif. …Married to Brazilian Olympic heptathlete Lucimara da Silva…The couple welcomed the birth of their daughter, Sellenna, in December 2013…Related through marriage to five-time Pro Bowler and former Eagles WR Mike Quick; Quick, part of the Eagles radio broadcast team, is the father of Bush’s sister-in-law…High school: A three-sport athlete at Will C. Wood High School in Vacaville, Calif. …A three-year letterman on the gridiron, he earned all-league and all-county honors as a WR and DB…Also wrestled and competed in track, where he was a two-time section champion in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles…Community involvement: Started the Jarrett Bush Foundation prior to the 2012 season…Held his own youth football camp, “Camp 24,” for the third straight year…In May 2013, traveled the state as a member of the Packers’ annual Tailgate Tour, making scheduled and surprise visits to various communities...Has participated in the Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon, the Al Harris Stars and Strikes Celebrity Bowling Event, the Donald Driver Celebrity Softball Game and the Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer…Has visited with cancer patients and spoken to students at hometown high school about the importance of education and overcoming adversity…Following Super Bowl XLV, was honored on the floor of the California State Assembly in April 2011…Was part of a Packer Fan Tours cruise to Alaska in 2010…Hobbies/interests: Enjoys snowboarding and playing basketball, ping pong, bowling and backgammon…Plays three instruments: the trombone, tuba and drums…Owns a Doberman named Piper...Went on a cruise to Puerto Rico during the 2011 offseason…Traveled to Brazil during the 2013 offseason and helped coach a men’s league football team in the city of Presidente Prudente to its first-ever victory…Also boasts to have been chosen first overall among Packers in a team-wide dodgeball game during the 2013 offseason program…Lists Avatar and The Hurt Locker as his favorite movies…Residence: Vacaville, Calif.