Found September 24, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
 Reggie Bush begged and pleaded and did all he could to get on the field, but in the end Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz decided his running back just wasn’t healthy enough to play.-DetroitFreePress.com Reggie Bush was held out by coaches in Detroit’s 27-20 victory but according to the running back he could have suited up. Bush says he will be able to go next week against the Bears. RB Joique Bell filled in nicely for Bush and recorded over 130 yards from scrimmage. It’s good news for the Lions that they have 2 capable backs. Bell certainly earned a greater share of the carries, and the two will be able to compliment each other nicely. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Reggie Bush wanted to play, was told no, says he’ll play this week appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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