The Saints placed safety Rafael Bush (chest) on injured reserve Tuesday, ESPN.com reports. Bush's season is over due to the chest injury he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. With Jairus Byrd (knee) also injured, the Saints will turn to either Jamarca Sanford or Kenny Phillips at free safety for the time being.
Saints safety Rafael Bush suffered a torn pectoral muscle during Sunday's season opener at Arizona, a source told NFL Network.
Saints safety Rafael Bush suffered a chest injury during Sunday's loss to the Cardinals, reports NOLA.com. Bush had to leave the game in the second quarter after suffering the injury. He was seen wearing a shoulder sling after the game.
The Saints placed safety Rafael Bush on season-ending injured reserve with a fractured right fibula, reports ESPN. Bush, who made 55 tackles in 10 games, suffered the injury Sunday against Cincinnati.
Saints safety Rafael Bush sustained a fractured right fibula Week 11 vs. Cincinnati and not a broken right tibia as first diagnosed, a league source told The New Orleans Advocate. A fractured fibula is considered less serious than a broken tibia. Bush told reporters following Sunday's game he hurt his leg making a tackle with fewer than five minutes left in the contest. Bush said the original diagnosis was he sustained a broken tibia, but he was expected to undergo further evaluation.