RB - FA
Week 6 Outlook
Reggie Bush suffered a groin injury during Sunday's loss to the Patriots, Chris Brown of Buffalobills.com reports. Bush was affected by what is believed to be a minor groin injury during Sunday's tilt, but he still caught two passes for 34 yards to go along with two rushes for a loss of eight yards.
Bush's days being fantasy relevant are over. He will always be injury prone and the Bills just have him on the team for depth. He is not roster-able in anything but the deepest of fantasy leagues.
Bullalo Bills RB Reggie Bush is officially inactive for Week 4.
It appears that Bush will be a healthy scratch for Week 4's contest against the New England Patriots. The veteran rusher signed with the Bills and was seemingly highly-touted by head coach Rex Ryan. He said that Bush would be "unleashed like a Ferrari" in 2016. However, he barely took the field and looks more like a classic speedster who's best days are behind him. Buffalo could be the last stop for Bush's tenure as an NFL player.
During a segment on Wednesday's episode of Good Morning Football on the NFL Network, Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan weighed in on the team's newest free agent acquisition, Reggie Bush. "First off, with Reggie Bush, he's such a talent but we want him to be almost like that Ferrari that we unleash and let people be like "Oh man, he's out there!" But I also don't want to run him into the ground," Ryan said.
Reggie Bush is entering his 10th NFL season in 2016 and will attempt to rejuvenate his winding down career with the Buffalo Bills. Bush was relatively a ghost last year in his only season in San Francisco. He appeared in five games and only totaled 47 yards of offense. His role with the Bills remains unclear so be cautious when targeting him in the upcoming fantasy football draft.
Free agent RB Reggie Bush and the Buffalo Bills have agreed to terms on a one-year deal on Monday.
Following a horrid offseason at the running back position for the Buffalo Bills, they signed Reggie Bush to add a veteran presence alongside LeSean McCoy. Bush will presumably be a role player for the Bills in 2016 as he is at the tail-end of his career. He has minimal value entering the upcoming fantasy football campaign but could be worth a selection in the draft, especially in PPR scoring formats due to the injury issues that follow McCoy.
Reggie Bush is expected to sign with the Buffalo Bills on Monday, pending a physical, reports Jason LaConfora of CBS.
The Bills need to bolster their running back depth after the four-game suspension of Karlos Williams and the off-field trouble for rookie Jonathan Williams. There's no guarantee that 31-year-old Bush makes the team, but if he does, he puts a dent in every Bills running back's PPR value, even possibly LeSean McCoy. As for who will be McCoy's handcuff to open the season, we'll have to see how training camp shakes out.