Found July 28, 2013 on Juan Elway:
Bell was surprisingly good last season as runner and receiver for the Lions and averaged 5.0 YPC as compared to The Jersey Leshoure’s 3.7 YPC.  He also hauled in 52 passes for 485 yards.  Now, Reggie Bush should be the guy this season, but Bell is the late round handcuff you want. Now, it looks like Bell has secured the #2 spot and needs to be drafted in most all leagues.  I can almost guarantee that he will have fantasy value this season, even if Bush stays healthy. 2013 Pre-Season RB PPR Rankings Fantasy Profile: Reggie Bush
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