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If Reggie Bush Plays In 2016, It’s Likely To Be With The Bills

Update:

Jason Cole of B/R reports that free agent RB Reggie Bush will play for the Bills if he decided to play in 2016. According to Cole, Bush’s decision “might” come this week.

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According to Jason La Canfora, the dialogue is ongoing between the Bills and free agent RB Reggie Bush. However, no deal is considered imminent at this point in time and there are reportedly still some obstacles in the way.

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Vic Carucci reports that the Bills and RB Reggie Bush‘s agent are “working out the deal points” of a contract agreement.

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Jason La Canfora confirms that the Bills and free agent RB Reggie Bush are in active in talks about his joining the team, and adds that there’s one other team in the mix as well. Although, La Canfora doesn’t say who this team is.

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Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, citing a source with knowledge of the situation, reports that the talks between the Bills and free agent RB Reggie Bush are ongoing.

According to Florio, the Bills view Bush as a potential option at punt returner and as a “replacement/clone” for LeSean McCoy, if he needs a break or is injured.

Last week, Bush told USA Today that he continues to get asked about possibly signing with the Bills, since a report surfaced that they were strongly considering him.

“I know everybody’s been texting me and asking about Buffalo, but as of right now, I haven’t made a decision,” Bush told USA Today. “But if the opportunity is there, obviously, Buffalo is the most known one right now. But we’ll see. I’m still trying to figure out what’s going to be the best opportunity for me and my family.

Bush added that coming off of an injury actually makes him more motivated to get back out there and prove himself.

“I think when you come off of an injury, you’re that much more motivated to bounce back and to prove that you can still be you,” Bush said. “And not only to people, but to yourself, as well. That’s my motivation: just to bounce back. And I don’t want to end a career — ever — on an injury. Not that I’m ready to hang it up, but I’m definitely on the back end of my career. I want to put together a solid couple years of really just playing healthy football.

I know that right now, I’m not ready to shut it down yet,” Bush said. “I’ve got some good years left.

A few weeks ago, Bush said that two NFL teams had expressed interest in him, but added that he plans to take his time in securing another opportunity.

“I’ve received calls from two teams and just taking my time in this process,” Bush said, via Sirius XM NFL Radio. “I want to do it the right way.”

Bush, 31, is a former first-round pick of the Saints back in 2006. He spent five years in New Orleans before being traded to the Dolphins in 2011. After two years with the Lions, Bush signed a one-year contract with the 49ers before his 2015 season came to an early end.

Bush sustained a torn MCL that he suffered after slipping on the exposed concrete at the Rams’ stadium in St. Louis.

In 2015, Bush appeared in five games and ran for 28 yards on eight carries (3.5 YPC) to go along with four receptions for 19 yards receiving and no touchdowns.

We have him featured in our Best Available Free Agents list.