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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
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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...
Their performances in the Miami Dolphins blowout win on Sunday might just get 2 offensive players their first NFL awards of the 2012 season. Ryan Tannehill and Reggie Bush have both been nominated for the NFL.com awards for week 2. Tannehill is one of 5 nominees for the Pepsi rookie of the week award. Bush [...]
I will go ahead and admit it; I was a big believer in the talents and future abilities of Reggie Bush when he declared for the 2006 NFL Draft. Being a Texans fan, and they had the rights to the #1 overall pick in said draft, obviously I was already preparing to order up my Texans Bush jersey. Ah, to be young and naive.
I realize that was only six years ago, but at the time I was...
The Miami Dolphins rebounded nicely after a rough opening week loss to the Texans. The Dolphins played an even first half against the Raiders before Reggie Bush and Ryan Tannehill led them to a blowout win in the second half. The Dolphins season seemed lost after the blowout loss to the Texans, whom many ‘experts’ [...]
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.
Another week in the NFL is in the books on the young 2012 season and already we have seen some monster performances, as well as spectacular let downs. The AFC saw dominating wins from the likes of the Houston Texans and the Miami Dolphins, so it should come as no surprise that they both featured a player that was named an AFC Player of the Week on each side of the ball.
On the offensive...
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...
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...
With his sights set on this upcoming Sunday's AFC East clash with the Miami Dolphins, the man they call Mayhem Maybin is gearing up to contain Reggie Bush in the heat of South Beach.
The Miami Dolphins picked up their first win of 2012 with their 35-13 romping of the Raiders on Sunday. The Dolphins got a solid effort out of Ryan Tannehill, who notched his first NFL victory. Coach Joe Philbin also picked up his first victory as an NFL head coach. Reggie Bush was the star of [...]
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Players have now shaken off the rust and should be starting to get their motors back in full gear for...
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...