The Detroit Lions RB Reggie Bush is ready to play, but the Lions may give him more time to rest. Bush returned to practice yesterday wearing a knee brace as the Lions reported on their official twitter page:BREAKING: Reggie Bush returns to practice. (With video) #DETvsWAS READ: http://t.co/snDqnJMjDm pic.twitter.com/4oOkDFfDvA— Detroit Lions (@DetroitLionsNFL) September 20, 2013 Bush suffered the injury, when he was in the knee by a helmet and left the game in the second quarter. He finished the game with nine carries for 25 yards and averaged three yards per carry. On the Lions injury report Bush is listed at questionable and which means that there is a 50-50 chance he will play. The Lions are technically giving him more time to heal the knee, which is a dangerous part of the body for a running back. The (2-0) Lions will visit the (0-2) Redskins at FedEx Field at 1:00 pm tomorrow and Bush would be a game time decision if he travels with the team. Bush has 30 carries for 115 yards in 1½ game this year and in his career has 977 carries for 4,277 yards. He also has 29 career touchdowns and was drafted with the second pick overall in the 2006 draft.Follow me @asimancaFollow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?