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NFL Injury Report:
Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush
was hampered by an
injured left knee last weekend during the team’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
Bush, listed as probably entering this weekend’s contest against the Cincinnati
Bengals, told Adam Beasley
of the Miami Herald that the knee was certainly a
factor last weekend:
“I was hurting; I’m not going
to lie,” Bush said. “I tried to fight through it. I did the best I could.”
nearly six yards per carry over his first three games of the season, Bush was
held to just 67 yards on 17 carries by the Cardinals on Sunday.
While he was limited in practice yesterday, Bush is expected
to play this weekend. If the 27-year-old is unable to go, the Dolphins would
turn to backups Daniel Thomas
and Lamar Miller
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