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Frank Bush



Frank Bush has been named Linebackers coach.  A veteran of 32 NFL coaching campaigns and a former Houston Oilers draft pick, Bush returns to the organization after spending the last three seasons (2021-23) as the Atlanta Falcons Linebackers coach. 

Prior to joining Atlanta's staff, Bush spent two seasons (2019-20) with the New York Jets as Assistant Head Coach Defense/Linebackers coach and was promoted to Defensive Coordinator for the final four games of the 2020 season.  Bush served two seasons with the Miami Dolphins, as the team's Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers coach from 2017-18 and Linebackers coach for the Rams organization for four seasons (2013-16).

Bush re-joined the Titans organization's coaching staff as Linebackers coach from 2011-12.  Before his stint in Tennessee, he spent four seasons with the Houston Texans (2007-10), the first two as a Senior Defensive Assistant, working primarily with the defensive line, before serving as the team's Defensive Coordinator (2009-10). During his time in Houston, he saw the emergence of defensive end Mario Williams and linebackers DeMeco Ryans and Brian Cushing as Pro Bowl players, with Cushing earning Defensive Rookie of the Year honors in 2009.

Before joining the Texans, Bush spent three seasons (2004-06) with the Arizona Cardinals as the Linebackers coach, adding the Assistant Head Coach title in 2006.

During his coaching tenure with the Denver Broncos (1995-2003), Bush earned two Super Bowl rings (XXXII and XXXIII), serving several different roles, including Special Teams coach (2001-03), Secondary/Nickel coach (2000) and Linebackers coach (1995-99).

Following his on-field playing career with the Oilers (1985-86), the North Carolina State product joined the team as a college scout for five seasons (1987-91) before transitioning to the coaching staff, initially as the team's Linebackers coach (1992) and then as the Defensive Quality Control/Linebackers coach (1993-94).