Some interesting things were mentioned by someone in a thread at texanstalk.com. Like this quote from SI by Bush ... "Obviously I'd love to play in New York,'' Bush said Saturday. "I could have made a lot of money in the marketing [business in] New York.'' http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2006/writers/don_banks/04/29/winners.losers/1.html It was also mentioned that on Thursday, a Houston NFL reporter asked Bush how he felt about signing with the Texans, and this reporter mentioned that his reaction was something like "You better tell him (Bob McNair) to up his offer". Bush comes off as a little arrogant, greedy, smart a**. In every interview I saw of Bush he always talked about wanting to be the #1 pick as in payday. He doesn't strike me as a team guy. He reminds me of that football player in those commercials who always talked in third person and everything was about himself. Something about him isn't right and JUST maybe the Texans saw all of this and decided to pass. I DO NOT buy into the media hype of Bush, never have. I was always the one questioning why he was on the sidelines during most of the 4th QTR in the Rose Bowl and wasn't on the field during crunch time (of course that was cast of by most of you as VY propoganda). I find it interesting that Casserly mentioned the same thing tonight calling Bush a part-time player. This guy might be a cancer type of player so McNair and company decided they were better off. I would love to believe these were the real reasons and this wasn't about Casserly trying to "outsmart" everyone.