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CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Placed on injured reserve, 12/17/08; Signed a six-year contract, 8/1/06; Drafted in the first round (second overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft.
HONORS – 2008: Sporting News All-Pro (Punt Returner); NFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Week Five). 2006: Pro Football Weekly/PFWA All-Rookie Team; NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month (December); NFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 13); NFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Week Five), NFL Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Week (Week 1).
2009 -Played in 14 games with eight starts, gaining 390 yards on 70 carries with five rushing touchdowns along with 47 receptions for 335 yards with three touchdowns and averaged 4.8 yards on 27 punt returns. vs. Detroit (9/13): Started at RB and tied for the team-lead with five receptions, going for 55 yards and ran for 14 yards on seven carries. Also gained 11 yards on three punt returns. at Philadelphia (9/20): Carried the ball 10 times for 33 yards, including a powerful 19-yard touchdown run that sealed the victory in the fourth quarter and also caught three passes for 42 yards from his starting RB position. at Buffalo (9/27): Carried 13 times for 64 yards and caught three passes for 17 yards. vs. NY Jets (10/4): Carried the ball six times for 37 yards, caught three passes for seven yards and had a 22-yard punt return in the win. vs. NY Giants (10/18): Had six carries for 17 yards with a seven-yard touchdown run and caught one pass for seven yards in the victory. at Miami (10/25): Caught three passes for 16 yards and rushed three times for 10 yards but provided one of the game’s biggest highlights when he scored on a 10-yard run off of a double-reverse, leaping into the end zone from about five yards away over a defender in the win. vs. Atlanta (11/2): Caught two passes for 11 yards and carried twice for three yards, including a one-yard dash around the left end into the end zone to score for the third consecutive game. vs. Carolina (11/8): Started at running back and had a team-high seven receptions for 37 yards with two carries for 16 rushing yards. at St. Louis (11/15): Posted his first multi-touchdown game of the season, running for a three-yard score and later taking a pass on a crossing route and outrunning the defense for a 15-yard touchdown. Totaled six carries for 83 yards, including a career-long 55-yard dash, and caught two passes for 15 yards. at Tampa Bay (11/22): Inactive with an injured knee. vs. New England (11/30): Inactive with an injured knee. at Washington (12/6): Returned to action and caught four passes for 28 yards. Also had one carry for no gain and lost two yards on a punt return. at Atlanta (12/13): Started the game split wide as a receiver and caught a pair of touchdown passes (of six and 21 yards), tying for the team-lead with six receptions for 46 yards and carried the ball six times for 33 yards. Also had one punt return, which he ran back 23 yards. vs. Dallas (12/19): Started at running back and carried once for 29 yards and caught two passes for 17 yards before hobbling off with a leg injury. vs. Tampa Bay (12/27): Caught six passes for 37 yards and gained 16 yards on two carries to go along with a 14-yard punt return. at Carolina (1/3): Saw limited duty and ran for 35 yards on five carries and was held without a reception for the first time in his four-year career. Also averaged 5.5 yards on two punt returns. vs. Arizona (1/16 – Divisional Playoff): Had one of the best games of his career, carrying the ball five times for 84 yards as he set a franchise postseason record with a 46-yard touchdown run, caught four passes for 24 yards and gained 109 yards on three punt returns, including the third-longest punt return in NFL postseason history on an 83-yard runback in the third quarter. vs. Minnesota (1/24 – NFC Championship Game): Started at running back and was held to eight yards on seven carries but added two catches for 33 yards with a five-yard touchdown reception. vs. Indianapolis (2/7 – Super Bowl XLIV): Carried the ball five times for 25 yards from his starting RB spot and added four receptions for 38 yards with a four-yard return on his lone punt return...
PERSONAL – Became heavily involved in the community immediately after being selected by New Orleans in the NFL Draft. Donated $86,000 to resurface the field at Tad Gormley Stadium so high school football could be played again at a stadium. He also donated 12 vehicles to New Orleans, state and government agencies, became a regional spokesman for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and his corporate sponsorships all include charitable components for programs in the New Orleans region...Political Science major at USC...Attended Helix (La Mesa, Calif.) HS where he was a 2002 Parade Magazine All-American and USA Today All-USA selection... During his prep career, rushed for 4,995 yards (12.0 avg.) and scored 450 points...Ran for 1,691 yards on 140 carries (12.1 avg.) with 27 TDs in 2002, des
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Reginald Alfred Bush, Jr.
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Drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the 1st round (2nd overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft.
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Reginald Alfred "Reggie" Bush, Jr. (born March 2, 1985) is an American football running back for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of Southern California (USC), where he earned consensus All-American honors twice, and was recognized as the top college running back. He was drafted by the New Orleans Saints second overall in the 2006 NFL Draft. Bush won a Super Bowl title with the Saints in 2010, and has also played for the Miami Dolphins.
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