Reggie Bush boosted his value during two seasons with the Miami Dolphins and now he is set to find a new home.
The Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals are believed to be in pursuit of Bush to add some explosion to their offenses, according to Mike Garafolo of USA Today.
Bush proved to be much more than a receiver out of the backfield for the Dolphins, which is what he essentially was as a member of the New Orleans Saints.
Bush rushed for 986 yards last season and had a career-high 1,086 in 2011 in Miami. So, 2,072 of his 4,162 career rushing yards came in two years with the Dolphins after spending five years with the Saints, who made him the No. 2 overall pick in 2006.
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