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According to Rich Walsh of KDKA, Steelers inside linebacker Devin Bush took part in today's OTAs practice 221 days after suffering a season-ending ACL tear against the Browns in Week 6. Bush looked to be moving pretty well also in the video below.
According to Missi Matthews of Steelers.com, Zach Banner called Bush his "mini twin" and the two have been rehabbing together and pushing each other. Banner suffered a season-ending ACL tear last year as well in Week 1 against the Giants.
"He hasn't missed a day, I can't say anything bad about him ... we've both been here in Pittsburgh, we're both Yinzers."
Bush said in February during a Steelers Nation Unite conference call that his recovery is going well and that he's on track to be ready for training camp in late July.
“Rehab is going good,” Bush said. “I’m on schedule. I’m feeling stronger week by week. I’m just trying to get ready physically for next year, especially for camp. I’m just staying positive about things and doing everything I can do possible to make myself one of the best players next year.”