Found September 15, 2013 on Fantasy Football Champs:
PLAYERS: Reggie Bush
TEAMS: Detroit Lions
Lions tailback Reggie Bush aggravated his left knee injury Sunday against the Cardinals and will not return.Fantasy Spin:Bush suffered the injury in the second quarter and left the game for a short time. The running back came out of Week 1 with injuries to his thumb, groin and knee, and now he has another knee injury to worry about.

Reggie Bush will undergo an MRI on his knee

Lions running back Reggie Bush will undergo an MRI on his injured knee. After Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals, He didn’t seem like he’s too concerned. “I’m not too concerned,” Bush said, via the Detroit Free Press. “We’ll see how it goes tomorrow and take it one day at a time. I’m not too concerned, though. I think I’ll be all right and I’m going to do everything...

Lions RB Bush returns to practice

Reggie Bush has moved a big step closer to returning to play for the Detroit Lions. Bush practiced Wednesday, a few days after missing a game with a banged-up left knee. He would give the Lions a much-needed boost offensively Sunday against NFC North-leading Chicago because Nate Burleson, their No. 2 receiver, needs surgery after breaking his arm in a car accident. Bush didn&...

Forget the loss: Detroit Lions have bigger fish to fry

So now head coach Jim Schwartz and the Detroit Lions are 1-1 after a loss to the Arizona Cardinals.  But the score and the win-loss record can be tossed aside for now since the team has bigger issues to focus on. Lions’ DT Nick Fairley was a surprise inactive for the Arizona game, and that raises some concern about his availability for the upcoming tilt against the Washington...

Lions' RB Reggie Bush to undergo MRI on knee: 'I'm not too concerned'

Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush was optimistic that he won’t miss any time with the injured left knee he suffered in Sunday’s 25-21 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. “I’m not too concerned” Bush said. “We’ll see how it goes tomorrow and take it one day at a time. I’m not too concerned though. I think I’ll be all right and I’m going to do everything I can...

Lions say Bush injury isn't long term

Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz says tests on Reggie Bush's left knee were ''encouraging,'' and his ailment isn't a long-term injury. Bush took a helmet to his left knee in the first half Sunday at Arizona and played only briefly in the third quarter, leading to the Lions losing 25-21. Schwartz says Bush was on his way to contributing a lot. He accounted...

Lions’ Reggie Bush injures knee; to undergo MRI

For his part, Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush told reporters after yesterday’s contest against the Arizona Cardinals that he’s “not too concerned” about his knee injury. However, head coach Jim Schwartz indicated that Bush would require a battery of tests, including an MRI, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.Reggie Bush said he's "not too...

Detroit RB Reggie Bush Tweets Four Thumbs Up Symbols

This morning around 11AM, Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush tweeted four thumbs up symbols. This is likely a sign that the doctors found nothing wrong with his knee that got banged up in Sundays tilt vs the Arizona Cardinals. This is great news for the Detroit Lion and Reggie’s fantasy owners who were most certainly worried after leaving the game twice. While he should be...

Reggie Bush is Day-to-Day

Lions tailback Reggie Bush's MRI came back clean and the back is listed as day-to-day.Fantasy Spin:Bush is dealing with multiple injuries and likely won't practice much this week, but none are expected to keep him off the field for Week 3 against Washington. Still, you should have a backup plan in place in case he doesn't improve over the next five days,

Report: Lions don’t believe Reggie Bush’s knee injury is serious

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter,  the Detroit Lions don’t believe Reggie Bush’s knee injury is serious. Lions believe RB Reggie Bush’s knee injury is not serious and he could be available to play as early as Sunday vs. WASH. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 16, 2013 I really hope Bush is OK for the sake of the Lions offense.  He only helps Mathew Stafford...

Lions' Week 2 Injury Report: Reggie Bush, Nick Fairley

Reggie Bush had an incredible debut in Detroit. He provided the spark to the offense that had been lacking since Jahvid Best was concussed out of the league. He put his hands on the football 25 times; rushing 21 times for 90 yards and catching four passes for 101 yards. In doing so, the back sustained a number of significant injuries.According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk...

Key matchup: Finding Forte

Last week, Reggie Bush was the Burning Bush. This week, the Vikings face a similar, but more consistent challenge in Matt Forte. The linebackers have to answer or they’ll be doing plenty of answering questions this coming week.

With Reggie Bush on the Sideline, Lions’ Offense Hit the Skids

In the first half of Sunday’s game at Arizona, Lions QB Matthew Stafford was 16-of-20 on pass attempts for 210 yards and two touchdowns. After halftime, Stafford went 4-for-16 for 66 yards. What happened? Well, it starts here: Reggie Bush played just two snaps in the final two quarters — a seven-yard run and a fumble, as he and Stafford botched a handoff. Bush then spent the...

NFL Rumors: Detroit Lions RB Mikel Leshoure wants to be traded?

The Detroit Lions hoped to fill the void in their backfield this past offseason with the addition of free agent Reggie Bush. Bush put up 191 total yards. Bush, coupled with the recent addition of Joique Bell, seems to have filled the need for running backs in Detroit. There is another back on the Lions roster though, Mikel Leshoure. It seems as if Leshoure is unhappy and wouldn...

Cardinals rally, beat Lions for 5th straight time

The Detroit Lions always seem to have trouble with the Arizona Cardinals. It looked like the Lions might finally defeat them on Sunday when Detroit built a 21-13 lead. However, it wasn't to be. Penalties again haunted Detroit, including a pass interference play to set up the deciding touchdown, and the Cardinals rallied to win 25-21, their fifth straight victory over the Lions...

Lions Week 2: The Good the Bad and the VILE

After a slew of positives to take out of the Lions’ Week 1 win against Minnesota Vikings we’re left stretching for just that after a very Lion-esque performance Sunday against the Cardinals. So with that said let’s just get to it for this week’s The Good, the Bad and the VILE. The Good Matthew Stafford The conversation circling around Matthew Stafford has been eerily quiet...
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