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According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush will likely play in tomorrow’s game against the Cardinals.
On the other hand, cornerback Richard Marshall will likely be inactive.
This is certainly good news for Bush and his fantasy owners as well as the Dolphins.
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Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush is practicing with the first team today and appears ready to play on Sunday against the Cardinals.
Bush left early against the Jets with a knee injury and appeared to be doubtful this week against Arizona.
While this is great news for Dolphin fans, fantasy owners should limit their expectations this week due to the fact that the Cardinals have...
Reggie Bush, RB for the the Miami Dolphin’s may or may not play in today’s game against the undefeated Arizona Cardinals. Bush injured his knee last weekend when the Dolphins were running out the clock at the end of the first half.
Although his MRI earlier this week revealed [...]
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Dolphins RB Reggie Bush is one of the most resilient and determined players in the NFL. Just days after suffering a knee injury, which could have forced him to sit out for a minimum of two weeks, Bush may now see action in Sunday’s matchup versus the Cardinals. Bush suffered the injury in last weekend’s loss...
Reggie Bush has worked himself into a must-start fantasy running back. He is no longer the underachieving runner that he was with the Saints. As Miami's team and record have improved, so have Bush's stats. If we look back to Miami's last season, as they started to give Bush more touches, his production started to improve. The Dolphins have stuck with this philosophy and...
As expected, Dolphins running back Reggie Bush is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.Fantasy Spin:Bush had been questionable with a knee injury. He's still worth starting in fantasy but keep in mind his role could be limited if Miami falls behind in the second half and needs to start airing it out.
The re-born Reggie Bush was held out of practice yesterday but returned today (Thursday) in a limited capacity. This is lining up as a game time decision. Tomorrow will tell a lot. If Bush can't play Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller will play larger roles. If Bush does play it's likely he will be limited.
According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, after missing Wednesday’s practice, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush was limited today.
Even though Bush was on the field on Thursday, I believe his status for Sunday’s game is still up in the air at this point.
ESPN's Adam Schefter speculates that a decision on whether or not Miami halfback Reggie Bush will be able to play Sunday against the Cardinals should come right down to the wire.Fantasy Spin:Bush missed the second half of last week's loss to the Jets after injuring his knee. He's gotten off to a hot start but the combination of Bush's bad knee and Arizona's stifling...
We've got a late game this week, so the game won't start until 4:05. Let's hope Reggie Bush is playing, because we could really use him against the Cardinals stingy defense.
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The Miami Dolphins are listing running back Reggie Bush as
questionable for today’s contest against the Arizona Cardinals. While it’s unclear if Bush will be able to
suit up, Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com reports that signs point to the dynamic
back playing against the Cardinals.
Bush injured his knee during the second quarter of Miami’s
23-20 overtime loss to...
With Week 4 of the NFL season just hours away, many of the top players on offense will either be out or limited due to injuries. The Week 4 NFL Injury Report has been released, and many running backs and wide receivers are of great concern, mainly because they are either in danger of missing the game or being limited due to injuries suffered last week and earlier this season. Some...