Found January 29, 2013 on thepigskinreport.com:
Reggie Bush started the 2012 season making the statement that he wanted to lead the NFL in rushing for the regular season. He finished the year falling short of the 1,000-yard mark and now with impending free agency, he’s likely going to be with a team other than the Miami Dolphins next season. CBSSports Jason LaCanfora reports that according to his sources, the Dolphins are going to move on from Bush. Fantasy football owners should keep an eye on Lamar Miller next season if Bush does not return. The free agent market for running backs has been soft in recent years so Bush will likely not see the type of contract he might be desiring in free agency next season. Bush is a versatile back with shifty speed and great hands out of the backfield. As a rookie with the New Orleans Saints, Bush put up 88 receptions. A possible suitor for Bush should be the Detroit Lions. The Lions must find a way to get their running game going. The lack of a practical run game has plagued the Lions for the ...
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