Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Devin Bush had already impressed as a rookie in 2019. The 10th overall pick in last year's draft, the Michigan product was expected to be a major contributor on an already solid Pittsburgh defense. And that's exactly what he did.

However, despite impressing in his first season, Bush is concentrated and determined to improve his game and become a better player in year number two. Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Bush, and every other NFL player may not have the same opportunities to train as they usually do. Nonetheless, the 21-year-old linebacker is still doing what he can.

“Coming out of last season, I was just proud and happy I finished my first season healthy, that I was able to walk away and not have anything happen to me where I had to go through any surgeries and then extra rehab and things like that,” Bush said Tuesday via video conference call with Pittsburgh media.

Last season, Bush played in all 16 of the Steelers' regular-season games, where he made 15 starts and recorded a team-high 109 combined tackles, nine tackles for a loss, four fumble recoveries and two interceptions.

“As for working on my game, I want to become a better NFL player and a better person off the field as well as on the field, being a better professional and carrying myself in that way.”

Bush should continue to be an integral part of a Steelers team that ranked fifth in the NFL in scoring defense, allowing just 18.9 points per game.