Report: New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins agree on Reggie Bush deal

SHARE Report: New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins agree on Reggie Bush deal

When Reggie Bush tweeted, “It’s been fun New Orleans” moments after the Saints drafted Mark Ingram in April’s NFL Draft, you could tell he thought his days with the organization were numbered.

This morning, it looks like they may have come to an end.

The Saints have agreed to terms of a trade that would send Bush to the Miami Dolphins, according to a report from Fox Sports.

The proposed deal hinges on Bush’s agent, Joel Segal, working out a contract with the Dolphins and the running back agreeing to the move.

As of early Thursday morning, the deal looked like it was going to happen. The Miami Herald reports Bush “seemed willing to make the move.”

The former Heisman Trophy winner has fallen short of expectations and been plagued by injuries since being drafted by the Saints in 2006. He’s rushed 524 times for 2,090 yards and caught 294 passes for 2,142 yards in his career.

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