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According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins have “discussed a deal” with free agent RB Reggie Bush this last week.
Salguero mentions that although the Dolphins would like to retain Bush, they would only be willing to do so “at their price.” Salguero adds that Miami is “comfortable” moving forward with Lamar Miller as their lead back next season, which further suggests that Bush would have to be willing to offer them some sort of discount to remain in Miami.
Bush, 27, is coming off of one of the most productive years of his career. He’s dealt with a number of injuries in the past and there’s some question as to whether or not he’ll find a lot of interest on the open market.
NFL teams have been reluctant to spend money on free agent running backs and there’s also the belief that Bush isn’t a great fit as a featured running back.
The odds are against Bush being back with the Dolphins next year. The Bengals and Lions have been mentioned as potential suitors if he bec
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According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins and Reggie Bush’s agent Joel Segal have started talking about a contract extension.
As I have reported and is apparently confirmed by Miami’s approach, the Dolphins have a price set for Bush. The team wants Bush. But the Dolphins want Bush at their price.
This of course means the Dolphins are willing to make Bush...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, running back Reggie Bush likely won’t re-sign with the Miami Dolphins.
Source: #Dolphins met with Reggie Bush’s reps in Indy. “Unlikely” to return. Team views him as a luxury, he’ll want to get paid. Has options
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 24, 2013
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Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post offers up some interesting information regarding the Miami Dolphins and some of their free agents.
Volin writes that the San Diego Chargers could be a team to watch in regards to RB Reggie Bush.
Bush is originally from San Diego and may consider signing on to be a complementary back to current starter Ryan Mathews.
Reports from yesterday...
Much to the chagrin of the wannabe Heisman Trophy winner, NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reports the Miami Dolphins will soon fire running back Reggie Bush in favor of youngster Lamar Miller. The 27-year-old Bush, who the New Orleans Saints took out … Continue reading →
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Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland told reporters on Thursday that they’ll likely be using their franchise tag in the next few weeks
“There’s certainly a likelihood we could use it,” Ireland said, via the Miami Herald.
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