Despite being a television star for the first time since “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Dolphins running back Reggie Bush wasn’t crazy about HBO’s all-access cameras or intense coverage this past summer.
The newly-minted AFC Offensive Player of the Week said Wednesday that ‘Hard Knocks’ didn’t help the team, despite its popularity to fans.
“I don’t think it helped us,” Bush said, via ESPN New York. “It’s a great show and I think it did a great job of capturing just what it takes to be in the NFL and go through an NFL season and training camp and the business side of things and the sports side of things. I think that’s great for fans. As football players, I don’t think it makes or breaks us.”
Bush, who in one of his finest moments on the show coined the phrase “7-11″ (referring to receiver Chris Hogan), suggested there are more cons than pros, as players essentially have to be on their best behavior when the cameras are rolling.
“I think a lot of guys would prob