The New Orleans Saints are losing a member of their secondary.

Reserve safety Rafael Bush will sign a multi-year deal with the Buffalo Bills.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports it's a two-year contract worth $4.5 million.

Last season, Bush and appeared in 14 games for the Saints, recording 23 tackles and a sack, while serving as a reserve safety, as well as a valuable special teams performer.

The 30-year Bush was with the Saints from 2012-2015, and then spent the 2016 campaign with the Detroit Lions, prior to returning to New Orleans last season.

A native of Williston, South Carolina, Bush has compiled 197 tackles and three interceptions over his 8-year career.