Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Devin Bush is reportedly ready to return to football and is expected to be cleared for full participation when training camp start on Thursday, according to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Gerry Dulac.
Bush tore his ACL in Week 6 of the 2020 season. The third-year linebacker participated in OTAs and minicamp on a limited bases.
Bush will walk back into his starting role as the team's top inside linebacker. Robert Spillane and Vince Williams will compete for the starting job alongside Bush, with Marcus Allen and Buddy Johnson competing for roster spots.
Steelers' offensive tackle Zach Banner is also expected to return during training camp. Banner spoke to the media during OTAs, when he confirmed he and Bush were on track to see the field in July.
The Steelers open training camp on July 22. They reported to UPMC Rooney Sports Complex on Wednesday. They'll also hold open practices at Heinz Field where fans can attend.
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