Bush Might Play Final Game for Dolphins on Sunday against Pats
By STEVEN WINE, AP Sports Writer
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — With an underwhelming offense that needs upgrades to become playoff-worthy, the Miami Dolphins this winter could be eager to reach a deal with a 1,000-yard rusher who can catch passes and score from anywhere on the field.
Or perhaps they’ll deem Reggie Bush too expensive to keep.
Bush might play his final game for the Dolphins (7-8) on Sunday when they close their season at New England. His two-year contract for nearly $10 million expires after the season, and the team hasn’t offered him a new contract.
Bush needs 40 yards rushing to reach the 1,000 milestone for the second year in a row since joining the Dolphins. He has been their biggest star and primary playmaker, but he has yet to lead them to the playoffs — or even a winning season.
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