• Market for Reggie Bush is strong

    Summary of 30 articles · Updated Mar 14, 2013
    • John Niyo: Bush gives Lions offense an added dimension - and no more excuses

      Wednesday, the team happily announced it'd found a fix, introducing newly signed running back Reggie Bush, the No. 1 target for the Lions and arguably the biggest free-agent signing they've made since ... well, I'm not sure, but it's…
      Source: detnews.com
    • NFL free agency roundup, Day 2: Wes Welker, Reggie Bush change teams

      Welker gets 2-year deal in Denver; Bush 4-year contract in Detroit
      Source: nola.com
    • Bill Polian changes his tune on Reggie Bush

      Two days ago, former NFL General Manager Bill Polian said he didn’t think running back Reggie Bush was worth much in free agency. Today, after Bush signed with the Lions, Polian changed his tune. Appearing on ESPN’s NFL Live, Polian was asked which of
    • Bush gets four years, $16 million from Lions

      Seven years ago, Reggie Bush’s status as the No. 2 overall pick in the draft resulted in a mammoth contract. Today, Bush did as well as he could, given the market for the position he plays. Per a source with knowledge of the deal, Bush signed a four-yea
    • Reggie Bush: Playing with Calvin Johnson is a running back’s dream

      New Lions running back Reggie Bush said that when he sat down with the coaching staff to discuss what he could bring to their offense, the most exciting aspect of it was knowing that he’ll have plenty of room to run against defenses that are primed to s
    • Lions agree to deal with ex-Dolphins RB Bush

      The Detroit Lions have agreed to terms on a four-year contract with Reggie Bush and will introduce the running back at a a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Lions eyeing Reggie Bush, Jason Jones

      Here's what I can tell you about the busy-bee Detroit Lions in the opening minutes of free agency: As expected, running back Reggie Bush is headed to Detroit for a visit, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. I think there's a pretty good chance Bush will …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Griffin wants Bush in D.C., but it’s a long shot

      As the start of the new league year approaches, the indications are getting stronger and stronger that free-agent running back Reggie Bush will make Detroit the first stop on his first-ever free-agency tour. But there’s an unexpected possible bidder for
    • Can Lamar Miller replace Reggie Bush?

      The changing of the guard at tailback in Miami was nearly a year in the making. Following Day 3 of the 2012 NFL draft, Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland gushed about fourth-round pick Lamar Miller. Ireland traded up six spots to draft Miller, …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Polian could be proven wrong on Bush

      Former NFL G.M. Bill Polian believes there won’t be much of a market for running back Reggie Bush. (On a possibly related note, Polian also wanted to trade Peyton Manning in 2004.) As NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith likes to say, everyone is en
    • Cardinals, Lions could be destinations for Reggie Bush

      With teams and agents keeping their lips zipped regarding the potential destinations of free agents who are currently free to negotiate with other franchises, it’s time to dust off a little speculation from earlier in the week, courtesy of Pro Football
    • All Signs Say Bush Won’t Be Back In 2013

      It’s a move that many Dolphins fans saw coming — RB Reggie Bush won’t be a Dolphin in 2013. A source very close to Bush told Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, said three teams have been talking to Bush’s agent Joel Segal and that money involve
    • Door slams on Reggie Bush in Miami, opens elsewhere

      It’s clear at this point the Dolphins are going to aggressively pursue a playmaker on offense. But it’s equally clear that they’re willing to let one walk out the door. According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, three teams have expressed a
  • Detroit Lions start their free agency push by signing DT Jason Jones

    The Detroit Lions are rumored to be the clubhouse leaders for the services of running back Reggie Bush, but while they wait for that process to unravel, general manager Martin Mayhew made a savvy move by signing former Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Tit…
    Source: yahoo.com

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