Dolphins List Reggie Bush As Questionable For Game Against Cardinals -
Dolphins RB Reggie Bush is one of the most resilient and determined players in the NFL. Just days after suffering a knee injury, which could have forced him to sit out for a minimum of two weeks, Bush may now see action in Sunday’s matchup versus the Cardinals. Bush suffered the injury in last weekend’s loss to the Jets. He left the game in the second quarter and didn’t return. An MRI revealed his knee injury wasn’t severe, and as soon as he heard the news he returned to practice, albeit in a limited role. He’s been working hard hoping to get back to 100 percent. However, it’s not clear whether he’s going to return to form as soon as he’d desire. The 27-year-old was listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report. But he will most likely get a few touches early, in order for the Dolphins coaching staff to get a sense on how much they should use him throughout the contest.
Bush has rushed for 302 yards and 2 touchdowns on 50 attempts this season. He’s also caught 10 passes for 72 yards. While Bush works to get back to playing at a high level, the Dolphins will lean on backup RB’s Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller, each of whom have scored rushing touchdowns this year.
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