Reggie Bush Considers Agreement with the Dolphins

bushx-largeJay Glazer of Fox Sports and NFL Network said that the New Orleans Saints and Miami Dolphins worked out terms of a trade for running back Reggie Bush contingent on him agreeing to a latest contract.

Glazer reports that Bush is still choosing whether he desires to get the agreement.  It is uncertain what the Saints are getting in return.

Generally, the no. 2 pick in the 2006 is due $11.8 million in the closing year of his present agreement with New Orleans.  Mark Ingram, the Saints drafted previous Heisman Trophy winner with their first round pick in draft of this year.  That was a certain indication that they considered closely $12 million too high a cost to pay for Bush, an infrequently spectacular player who has as well neglected a number of games throughout the years with injuries.

Ricky Williams and Ronnie Brown are Primary Dolphins ball transporters of the previous season are both free agents.  Miami has chosen running back Daniel Thomas from Kansas State in the next round of this year’s draft.

Bush caught 161 passes in his first two seasons in the NFL, yet his production has been extra sporadic since then.  He has by no means hurried for over 581 yards in a season, and has a lifetime average of 4.0 yards each carry.

His greatest moment as a Saint came during the Super Bowl run of the team in the 2009 season, when he had 217 all-purpose yards and scored two touchdowns to assist New Orleans hit Arizona, 45-14, in an NFC Divisional Playoff game.

Bush won the 2005 Heisman Trophy for USC, yet the NCAA afterward ruled that he received money and gifts while playing for the Trojans.  USC lost scholarships and was banned from postseason play for two seasons.  The school returned its copy of the running back’s Heisman.  In the previous season, Bush came out in just 8 games for the Saints.

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