Reggie Bush explains why he's 'done' in NFL

Reggie Bush explains why he's 'done' in NFL

I said it. It's not breaking news.

The former first-round pick is well aware that older running backs don't have a great track record of success in today's NFL. Bush has played 11 National Football League seasons, twice eclipsing 1,000 yards rushing.

After the Saints got their first win of the 2017 season, Kevin Foote chose to break down his five favorite Saints regular season wins ever in the latest Foote's Five. I've been saying it.

In 2011, Bush rushed for 1,086 yards and six touchdowns. "Listen, once you get to a certain age as a running back, they just start to slowly weed you out".

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After spending the entire 2017 season as a free agent, it sounds like Reggie Bush has officially given up on making a return to the NFL.

He finished his career with the Black and Gold with 2,090 rushing yards and 2,142 receiving yards on 249 receptions.

"I'm done", Bush told the NFL Network. While he never became the superstar many people thought he would, he did finish his career with 10,0001 all-purpose yards. "I'm going to come home to retire as a Saint". "I'm going to come home to retire as a Saint". He also had several key moments in the Saints' run to their Super Bowl title in 2009 - including a late touchdown in their NFC Championship victory against the Minnesota Vikings - despite fighting nagging injuries throughout the season. Since leaving the Motor City, the aging back spent time with both the San Francisco 49ers (2015) and the Buffalo Bills (2016).

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