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Bush retired from the NFL after 11 seasons in 2017. Away from the game he has appeared on TV shows like Mike and Molly and in national TV commercials. His face has appeared on the covers of national magazines like Sports Illustrated, Essence and Men’s Fitness.
After making a name playing college football at USC, Bush was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the 2006 NFL draft and played with that team for five years. He went on to play in Miami, Detroit, San Francisco and Buffalo and earned a Super Bowl championship ring in 2010.
Bush founded the 619 Charitable Fund, which supports causes that directly benefit the youth of San Diego. Each year, he hosts the Bush Family Charitable Weekend in San Diego, with proceeds benefiting The Birthday Party Project, a nonprofit helping children experiencing homelessness.
Bush continues to be repped by EAG Sports Management and Loeb & Loeb LLP.
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