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A day after New York Jets linebacker Calvin Pace's remarks made it sound like his team had put out a bounty on Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush, Pace claimed his comments were taken out of context and misunderstood.
Bush injured his left knee right before halftime and didn't take the field for the rest of the game. After the Jets emotional 23-20 overtime victory over the Dolphins, Pace was asked about Bush's injury and said, "I guess he was doing his thing for a quarter or two. We had to put him on out. I didn't see him again."
On Monday, Pace threw out the notion that the comment was referring to a New Orleans Saints-like "bounty" arrangement.
"I wasn't trying to say it as if we were trying to hurt him," Pace said. "I'm sad to see him get hurt. We aren't running any kind of bounty system or anything like that. Actually, just looking at the play, somebody just kind of fell on his knee. It wasn't anything malicious ... I guess I need to say things in a different manner. I'll do a better job of it next time."
Pace sounded like he was trying to say that Gang Green's defense had to keep hitting Bush to wear him down. Bush gained 61 yards on 10 carries before he got hurt running out the clock before the half.
An MRI showed that Bush knee suffered no structural damage but his return to the field is unclear. He could suit up this Sunday against Arizona if his the swelling goes down.
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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 [...]
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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...
Dolphins running back Reggie Bush left Sundays game against the New York Jets in the first half because of a left knee injury.
His return is questionable, but Bush did not start the second half and was replaced by backup Daniel Thomas. Bush rode a stationary bike during the Dolphins' opening two possessions in the third quarter.
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Dolphins running back Bush left the Jets eventual 23-20 overtime victory in the second quarter with a knee injury after gaining 61 yards on his first 10 carries.
Jets linebacker Calvin Pace intimated that injury was no accident, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Reggie, I guess he was doing his thing for a quarter or two, Pace said. We had to put him on out...
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.
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