The Miami Dolphins either don’t want Reggie Bush or have a strange way of showing their interest. While the Dolphins size up free agency, and continue with the idea Lamar Miller is their running back of the future, Bush waits.
According to the Palm Beach Post, Bush is befuddled by the lack of interest in him by the Dolphins. His best two seasons have come as a Dolphin, topping the 1,000 yard mark in 2011, and barely missing it by 14 yards in 2012.
Bush has played in 31 of 32 games the past two seasons, and answered questions about his durability, carrying the ball over 400 times in the same span. Still, Bush hangs in the balance; waiting for the Dolphins to make an offer that seems isn’t coming anytime soon.
The Palm Beach Post writes:
‘A source close to Reggie Bush said this week that Bush still badly wants to return to Miami, and his camp is confused as to why the Dolphins haven’t even made an offer yet. The Dolphins expect big things out of Lamar Miller in his second year next season, and it’s possible that even if Bush does return, he would have a limited role in the offense.
But Bush, who was in Beijing last week as part of an NFL China initiative, has been essentially campaigning to return on his Twitter feed, particularly given a recent report that he is unlikely to be brought back.’