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While my colleagues have focused their efforts on covering the Dolphins matchup against the Jets and the return of Daniel Thomas, I thought it would be cool to explore the idea of re-signing the Dolphins best weapon on the team, Reggie Bush.Consequently, Jeff Ireland got Reggie Bush in a trade for Jonathan Amaya and a 6th rounder. Reggie was a first round pick of the draft that was headed for bust status as Heismann Trophy winner in College and a headache for opposing coaches. However, like a fine wine, Reggie got better with age and a new scenery.Here are five reasons the Dolphins need to hurry up and re-sign Reggie Bush:1. Reggie is currently the face of the franchise. As of right now, Reggie Bush since his break out year in 2011 has been the focus of reporter interviews, expose's, and anything Miami Dolphins.2. Reggie Bush can run, pass, and catch. We know about Reggie's ability as a runner in space, but he is now starting to learn how to run between the tackles with...
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While saying the HBO series is "a great show," Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush said having cameras around all the time did the team no favors.
Reggie Bush's knee problem may not be a major issue for the Miami Dolphins.
Bush tweeted on Monday that he ''received some great news,'' one day after leaving the Dolphins' game against the New York Jets late in the first half with a left knee injury.
The Dolphins have not issued any official updates on Bush's status. They said he was ''questionable...
Dolphins tailback Reggie Bush was removed from Sunday's game against the Jets after injuring his knee late in the first half.Fantasy Spin:Bush was off to a solid start, recording 61 yards on 10 carries before the injury. Look for Daniel Thomas to handle most of the ground work for Miami if this injury ends up being serious.
Miami running back Daniel Thomas has passed concussion tests and was back at practice on Wednesday.Fantasy Spin:Rookie Lamar Miller served as Reggie Bush's backup last week, but neither Miller or Thomas has any fantasy value while Bush is playing at such a high level.
Miami running back Daniel Thomas (concussion) is probable to play in Week 3.Fantasy Spin:Thomas sat out last week, giving rookie Lamar Miller a chance to make his NFL debut. Miller rushed for 65 yards on 10 carries but only because Reggie Bush laid waste to Oakland's defense, allowing Miami to rest him in the fourth quarter. Neither Thomas nor Miller is a fantasy option at this...
With week 2 all wrapped up and many of us most likely behind in our weekly picks as there were a lot of upsets, hopefully the same does not go for your fantasy team. If this isn’t the case, hopefully I can give you some insight as I present to you my top 5 half backs going into week 3.
5. Reggie Bush
This pick is quite the gamble as Bush will go against a good...
The Turn On The Jets staff gives their predictions for the New York Jets week 3 match-up against the Miami Dolphins. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and make sure to hit up Traffic East this weekend when you are watching football to take advantage of this great deal from Night Out!
Joe Caporoso - 12 Pack
Chris Gross - Prediction – Jets 27, Dolphins 9. The Dolphins...
The Miami Dolphins returned to the practice field on Wednesday and it appears a number of injured players will be able to play on Sunday against the Jets. The Dolphins welcomed Daniel Thomas, Richard Marshall, Anthony Armstrong, and Marlon Moore back to the practice field on Wednesday. Richard Marshall, the Dolphins starting cornerback opposite Sean [...]
Backup running backs Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller are both active for the Miami Dolphins for Sunday's game against the New York Jets.
As expected, Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis is back in the starting lineup after suffering a concussion in the season opener, and tight end Dustin Keller is inactive with a right hamstring injury. Both did not play against Pittsburgh...
MIAMI (AP) -- Backup running backs Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller are both active for the Miami Dolphins for Sunday's game against the New York Jets.
As expected, Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis is back in the starting lineup after suffering a concussion in the season opener, and tight end Dustin Keller is inactive with a right hamstring injury. Both did not play against...
The TOJ Staff discusses what match-up they are most looking forward to in the Jets/Dolphins game. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter to check back later in the day for this week’s Fact or False -
Joe Caporoso - The Jets wide receivers/passing game against Miami’s secondary. The Dolphins have a stout front seven, which is going to make it difficult for the Jets...