REGGIE BUSH RUMORS & GOSSIP
9:30 a.m. ET: A very early NFL game means a very early NFL injury update.
The Detroit Lions and Atlanta Falcons play in London on Sunday morning (kickoff is 9:30 a.m. ET), and the Lions will be without two of their biggest playmakers. Calvin Johnson and Reggie Bush have been announced as inactive for the game as both recover from ankle injuries.
Here is the full list of inactives...
Detroit running back Reggie Bush is not practicing again Friday, but claims he'll be ready for Sunday against Atlanta, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.Fantasy Spin:Bush has admitted that the ankle still isn't healed and is bothering him and after his invisible performance in Week 7 fantasy owners shouldn't expect anything against Atlanta in Week 8.
The Detroit Lions' running back, Reggie Bush (Ankle), plans to play this Sunday in London, despite missing practices all week, as posted on SI wire.#455876654 / gettyimages.comBush plans to play Sunday even though he didn't practice on Thursday and Friday due to a sprained ankle. Bush told this to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.The ankle injury has been an ongoing...
Detroit running back Reggie Bush is not practicing Thursday, according to Lions beat writer Tim Twentyman.Fantasy Spin:Bush has admitted that the ankle still isn't healed and is bothering him and after his invisible performance in Week 7 fantasy owners shouldn't expect anything against Atlanta in Week 8. His absence would make Joique Bell a solid fantasy option.
For the last couple years, the NFL has sent two teams over to London to play a game across the pond. Usually, this sparks the debate on whether or not London will ever be home to an NFL team, or if a Super Bowl will ever be played there.
Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush believes both of those things will eventually happen.
“I think it’s only a matter of time...
The Detroit Lions have reportedly emerged as one of six NFL teams interested in Jarryd Hayne, after the player quit the NRL to attempt a career in American football.
A recommendation from Detroit running back Reggie Bush has spurned the Lions into action.
“He actually looks like an NFL running back,” Bush said. “Looks like he could come play with us tomorrow. He’s fast, strong...
Lions running back Reggie Bush has now practiced two straight days (limited) and seems to be on track to play Sunday.Fantasy Spin:If Bush does play we will be back to a shared situation to the dismay of Joique Bell owners. Bush has not been very good this season, with 302 yards and one touchdown split over five games.
Lions running back Reggie Bush practiced on Wednesday.Fantasy Spin:Bush missed Week 6 mostly as a "precaution" according to Bleacher Report. He is fully expected to play against the Saints much to the dismay of Joique Bell owners. Bush has not been good this season, so it is tough to plug him anywhere but the FLEX position or at RB2 in 12-team leagues or larger.
It doesn’t look like the Detroit Lions will have veteran running back Reggie Bush for today’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Theo Riddick is expected to start in his place.
#Lions do not plan on having RB Reggie Bush today, per source. Who steps in? Keep an eye on promising RB Theo Riddick. Shifty. They like him
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 12, 2014
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Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush made the media rounds on Tuesday. In hindsight, that may have been a bad idea. The former USC star did a handful of interviews as part of a sponsor campaign with Taco Bell. However, it was one interview with WFAN that will have sports fans and media talking about anything but the Taco Bell program. Bush appeared on WFAN’s “Boomer and Carton”...