Found November 19, 2012 on Phins Phocus:
  Not too long ago the Miami Dolphins were faced with the prospects of signing their running back and former 2005 first round pick, Ronnie Brown.  Forced to fill a void that was inevitable with the lack of productivity in Brown’s final season, the Dolphins got overly aggressive at the start of the offseason after the lockout with a trade for Reggie Bush.  A name that would sell jerseys and someone that could be considered the face of the franchise. Reggie Bush has been known for being an all-purpose back: a do it all back running the ball for yards and catching the ball to move the sticks.  Not to mention, Bush’s value as a returner, has him sadly on Madden 13 as 99 rating as the best returner on the Dolphins in the video game. However, this season Reggie Bush has followed up a season of 15 games started and 1086 yards rushed on 6 TDs with 575 yards rushing and 4 touchdowns through 10 games.  These numbers are quite deceiving in that even though Reggie Bush ...
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  • fire sales are common in miami maybe dolphin are jumping on the sale rack
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