Reggie Bush traded to Dolphins, Kyle Orton next?

Back in April the New Orleans Saints drafted Mark Ingram, former Heisman running back from Alabama, with their first round pick. Shortly thereafter, Saints running back Reggie Bush, also a former Heisman winner, tweeted “It’s been fun New Orleans”, insinuating that his time as a New Orleans Saint was done. On Thursday, Bush’s prediction came ..

RB Reggie Bush (New Orleans) will play for the Dolphins this season, according to reports from ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald. They say Bush has agreed to terms on a contract extension and the trade will go through.

RB Reggie Bush (New Orleans) will play for the Dolphins this season, according to reports from ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald. They say Bush has agreed to terms on a contract extension and the trade will go through

Reggie Bush Traded to the Miami Dolphins

After five years with the New Orleans Saints, the former 2nd overall pick has been traded to the Miami Dolphins. The word comes down from Pro Football Talk: Reggie Bush is set to join the Miami Dolphins, agreeing to a new contract with the team that allows them to complete a trade with the New ..

Kluwe: McNabb can have my #5 if…

Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe has earned quite the reputation lately for his tweeting. He recently didn’t speak too highly of Drew Brees, Peyton Manning (among others) and wasn’t shy about responding to the criticism he received from it. Chris was back tweeting again, this time on the prospect of McNabb joining him in Minnesota.  It just so happens that McNabb ..

New Orleans Saints Trading Reggie Bush To Miami Dolphins

It’s still a pending trade, but Miami Dolphins could pick up Reggie Bush for the New Orleans Saints.It’s being reported that it was UNKNOWN if the Saints were going to deal Reggie Bush, or try ONE MORE YEAR to work with Reggie Bush in the hopes he would step up his game.The Saints, (had they ..

The Saints would potentially receive a big salary-cap break by dealing RB Reggie Bush to the Dolphins, depending on what Miami sends to New Orleans in return and, of course, if the reported deal goes through. Bush’s cap number would be $16 million in 2011, which includes a base salary of $11.8 million.

The Saints would potentially receive a big salary-cap break by dealing RB Reggie Bush to the Dolphins, depending on what Miami sends to New Orleans in return and, of course, if the reported deal goes through. Bush’s cap number would be $16 million in 2011, which includes a base salary of $11.8 million

The Saints and Dolphins have a history of trading big-named RBs. The Saints traded former Heisman Trophy winner and top-five pick RB Ricky Williams to Miami in March 2002. And now the two teams have reportedly done so again with Reggie Bush on the verge of being traded to Miami.

The Saints and Dolphins have a history of trading big-named RBs. The Saints traded former Heisman Trophy winner and top-five pick RB Ricky Williams to Miami in March 2002. And now the two teams have reportedly done so again with Reggie Bush on the verge of being traded to Miami