Reggie Bush starts the next chapter of his NFL journey in Buffalo.
Bush agreed to a one-year deal with the Bills, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rappaport. The star running back arrived at the Bills’ facility on Monday and passed his physical, Rapport added, and he will likely begin practice with the team Tuesday evening.
The Bills have reportedly confirmed the signing, and will now add Bush to their respective, two-back system with Karlos Williams and LeSean McCoy.
Entering his 11th year in the league, and playing for over four teams, Reggie Bush hopes solidify his NFL legacy in Buffalo. Just playing in five games last season with the San Francisco 49ers, the NFL veteran told the press conference Monday he will be more than ready to play for the Bills.
“I am 100 percent ready, for any-and-everything,” said Bush. “I’m ready to go out there and be a factor.”
Will Reggie Bush be the X-factor for the Bills?
With the cause of injuries and several trades, Reggie Bush fans had only seen the legendary USC running back talents in glimpses, and he intends to change that in Buffalo. Showing support from the team and their Head Coach Rex Ryan, Bush appears to be optimistic with the potential Bills have this upcoming season.
Having no distinction in the Bill’s quarterback-trio, questions remain on the Bill’s passing game, so Bush will need to help carry the load on the offensive alongside with Williams and McCoy. The focus will also be on Sammy Watkins, and if he can lead the other team’s wide receivers in establishing
a threat on offense.
Whether the starting quarterback will be: Tyrod Taylor, EJ Manuel, or 4th-round pick Cardale Jones, the Bills will have offensive weapons at their display.