Found September 07, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
Anchored by Reggie Bush, who ran for over a thousand yards last year, the Miami Dolphins backfield will surely be the key to setting the offense in motion. Bush is backed up by 2nd year man Daniel Thomas who proved to be a serviceable backup last year when called upon to spell Bush.
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