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Why was DVR and rewinding live TV the greatest invention of our time? Because men can now take iPhone video of a Miami Dolphins cheerleader, turn it into a slow motion video and then put it on YouTube. There’s nothing really special about this :25 video. Just a cheerleader doing her thing. We’re just here to appreciate the use of slow motion.
While everyone raves about NFL Films and Steve Sabol, we’ll just be here appreciating slow motion.
Yes, honey, that was money well spent. One solid spray tan and Reggie Bush will take you to dinner.
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Miami Dolphins fans held their collective breath when Reggie Bush went down at the end of the 1st half on Sunday. Dolphins fans worried that the Dolphins best offensive weapon could be lost for an extended period of time because of a knee injury. Thankfully, Bush only sustained a knee bruise and an MRI showed [...]
Steve Sabol's work with NFL Films will be remembered for a number of reasons, but the care with which he handled each of his documentaries is unmatched. Sabol earned many Emmys for writing, cinematography, editing, directing and producing. And while the visual component and audio soundbites were often what made his work so intriguing, the music provided was also something special...
According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush didn’t suffer a season ending knee injury during yesterday’s loss to the Jets. But he could still miss a few weeks.
“A source said Monday morning that Bush’s left knee injury is “nothing season-ending,” but the Dolphins are concerned that Bush may have to miss a few games. The Dolphins...
Reggie Bush won't be speaking to the media anymore this week after doing his regular Wednesday press conference, but what reporters saw in the early portion of Thursday's practice spoke volumes in terms of his ability to play this weekend at Arizona. To put it simply, Bush didn't look like a player who missed the second half of last Sunday's game with a knee injury.
The Dolphins were able to run the ball against the Jets very effectively on Sunday until Reggie Bush left the game with a knee injury late in the second quarter. Prior to limping off, Bush carried the ball 10 times for over 60 yards. Daniel Thomas filled in for Bush and carried the ball 19 times for only 69 yards, so I guess you could say the injury worked out for New York. But were...
ESPN reported Monday that New York Jets linebacker Calvin Pace is not expected to be disciplined by the NFL for comments he made suggesting that the team intentionally tried to injure Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush. Bush injured his left knee when it struck a helmet while being tackled by a group of Jets with 23 seconds left in the second quarter of the Dolphins' 23...
In the days leading up to last Sunday’s tilt between the Jets and Dolphins, Rex Ryan raised a few eyebrows — even more than usual — when he stated the team needed to put some “hot sauce” on Miami running back Reggie Bush.
Nothing really was made of it, though Ryan seemingly accomplished his goal, as his defense turned up the Tabasco and knocked Bush out of action during...
It's time for Week 3 Injury Analysis with some updates on previous injuries. Once again, feel free to comment about the posts or to ask about other players you're interested in that were not listed below.
Reggie Bush: In this past weekend, he was forced to leave the game at the end of the first half after suffering a knee injury. While at first the injury looked like...
Miami Dolphins RB Reggie Bush suffered his own knee injury on Sunday’s game against the New York Jets but he says karma has everything to do with the injury to their CB Darrelle Revis. Bush appeared on “The Paul and Young Ron Show” in South Florida and had this to say on the injury and [...]
DAVIE, Fla. Dolphins coach Joe Philbin has stopped his players from talking about the replacement referees.
After Reggie Bush, Brian Hartline and Richie Incognito were among Miami players who had ripped the replacements in tweets, Bush said Philbin on Wednesday put the hammer down. Still, Bush couldnt resist one final dig.
Coach Philbin instructed us not to comment any...