Steelers’ Devin Bush prepares for season-ending surgery after tearing ACL with a win over Browns

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Devin Bush, Pittsburgh Steelers starting inside Linesbacker, Torn ACL Jason La Canfora inside the CBS Sports NFL during Sunday’s win over the Browns. The injury will require end-of-season surgery, According to ESPN’s Adam Shafter. Steelers coach Mike Tomley said his linebacker is a consistent one “Significant knee injury” After Pittsburgh’s 38-7 victory

The injury came close to the end of the first half, giving the Steelers a 24-0 lead. Bush was injured after De Bruit hit Johnson on an incomplete pass and hit the Browns. The Brows scored four plays after the first play of the game.

Bush was named in the lineup by up-year veteran Robert Spilen, who is in the middle of his second season with the Steelers. A notable contributor to Pittsburgh’s special teams units, Spiel did not see time on defense after gaining eight delegates during the Steelers’ season-opening win over Rito.

With the 10th consecutive pick picks in the 2019 draft, Bush has made his debut in 19 of his 20 games with the Steelers. Last year, Michigan’s former trend recorded 109 t-calls with four thunder recovery, two interruptions and two defensive touchdowns. Through four games, Bush has recorded 21 tackles this season, helping Pittsburgh make its first 4-0 start since 1979.

Bush was not the only Pittsburgh defender to be injured Sunday. Mike Hilton, who lifted three sacks during the Steelers’ first four games, also left Sunday’s game with a shoulder injury. Tomlin is expected to give an update on both players during his weekly press conference on Tuesday.