According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush is back at practice for the first time since the knee injury he suffered in Week 3’s loss against the New York Jets.
Reggie worked with the team in non-contact drills. The way he’s running, you’d have no idea he hurt himself Sunday.
Now that we know Bush is in practice, he is also expected to play in Week 4’s game against the undefeated Arizona Cardinals. The running back’s presence on the field showed in the second half of the Jet’s defeat.
The former USC Trojan has been a vital part of the offense as it showed in Week 2’s victory against the Oakland Raiders. With that, the tandem between Bush and first-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been extraordinary to say the least.
Expect Reggie Bush to play on Sunday, but supply a small role as there should be no rush to avoid a possible extended injury.