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Reggie Reg has big plans for the 2012 season.
The Dolphins drafted another running back to compete with him, but Reggie Reg isn’t worried about that he has bigger plans.
“I want the rushing title,” said Bush, via Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. “This offseason I’ve been working towards that goal. Just being effective like I was this past season. Every time I rush the ball I want four yards. I’m keeping my focus simple and small, but at same time helping my team progress.”
Bush had the least carries and highest yards per carry of any of the top 15 rushers in the league last season, a formula that could bode well for his dream if he was able to be as effective with a higher workload. The problem is that the Dolphins are talking about moving in a different direction.
They’ve got Daniel Thomas, Steve Slaton and rookie Lamar Miller on the roster right now to use as alternative ball carriers in the running game and that means Bush won’t be the kind of workhorse Mauri...
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Miami Dolphins RB Reggie Bush has some lofty goals heading into the 2012 NFL regular season, he wants to lead the league in rushing. Bush did post a career year in 2011, finally cracking the 1,000-yard rushing mark while carrying the ball at a five yards per carry average. But lead the NFL in rushing? That would be an impressive feat, but highly improbable.
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Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush told WSVN’s Sports Xtra on Sunday that his goal for this coming season is to lead the NFL in rushing, per the South Florida Sun-Sentinnel.
“I want the rushing title,” said Bush, who finished 11th in rushing last season. “This offseason I’ve been working towards that goal. Just being effective like I was this past...
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According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, the Titans will be hosting veteran safeties Yeremiah Bell and Chris Crocker today.
Bell has played the past eight seasons with the Miami Dolphins, while recording a total of 433 tackles and eight interceptions.
Crocker has been in the league for the past 10 years and has spent time with the Bengals, Dolphins, Falcons...
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent safety Yeremiah Bellwill will visit the Kansas City Chiefs on Wednesday. He’s in Tennessee today being checked out by the Titans.
Bell had spent his entire career with the Miami Dolphins before they released him this offseason. He’ll be a nice veteran addition to whichever team he sign with.