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PLAYERS: Reggie Bush
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins

Reggie Bush To Miss 1-2 Weeks -

The good news for Dolphins RB Reggie Bush is that an MRI of his left knee revealed no structural damage. The not-quite-as-good news is that Bush could still miss one or two weeks. The knee, per a league source, is sore and stiff. He’ll try in the coming days to work out the stiffness. His ability to play will hinge on his ability to loosen up the knee. The Dolphins are on the road for the next two weeks, at Arizona and then at Cincinnati. He could play in both games, one, or neither. For now, it all depends on how the knee responds.

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