Reggie Bush says he got 'great news' Monday; no major injury believed for RB
Reggie Bush tweeted that he got some ''great news'' Monday and CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reports the Dolphins don't believe Bush's injury is a major one.
|Reggie Bush's injury isn't believed to be major, which is ''great news'' for Dolphins fans. (US Presswire)|
Reggie Bush's transformation into a "real" running back over the past year or so has been borderline amazing, which is why it was so terrifying to see Bush grab his knee against the Jets on Sunday. Fortunately, CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reports the Dolphins don't believe Bush suffered a major injury.
A league source tells La Canfora that Bush might need some time to rest his knee, but the injury isn't believed to be serious.
This jibes with what Bush tweeted on Monday morning, telling the world that he got some "great news."
Received some great news today! Praise the Lord!— Reggie Bush (@reggie_bush) September 24, 2012
If Bush avoided a serious injury, it's a huge break for the Dolphins. He's been their best player, bar none, and it was clear that their offense stalled out when Bush was forced out of the game.
|NFL Week 3 Wrap-up|
There's an odd twist to Bush's injury, though. Before the game, Rex Ryan said the Jets wanted to "put some hot sauce on" Bush, which means put some big licks on the back.
"I guess he was doing his thing for a quarter or two,” Pace said, per the New York Daily News. “We had to put him on out. We didn’t see him again."
Fortunately for Pace, the play that injured Bush didn't involve any dirty work or big hits. And that's why Rich Cimini of ESPN reports that the league won't investigate Pace's comments in light of Bush's injury.
Even more fortunately, Bush appears to be on the road to recovery and shouldn't miss a substantial amount of time.
For more NFL news, rumors and analysis, follow @EyeOnNFL on Twitter, subscribe to our RSS Feed watch Pro Football 360 daily at 3 p.m. ET and NFL newsletter. You can follow Will Brinson on Twitter here: @willbrinson.
This might go down as the best ending of the 2017 season
The Raiders beat the Chiefs, 31-30, on Thursday night thanks to Derek Carr's heroics
This was easily the most exciting final 10 seconds of any game in the NFL this season
Everything going the Chiefs way on Thursday Night Football
Beast Mode went Beast Mode on someone he shouldn't have gone Beast Mode on
This is how you do a 99-yard touchdown drive