Injured Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush could play Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. The team told reporters on Monday that there was no serious damage to Bush's knee, and Bush's teammates certainly think he'll be ready to play, according to their comments via ESPN:
"He's healthy and he'll be able to contribute," offensive lineman Richie Incognito said.
Backup running back Lamar Miller said Bush told him that he'd "be back soon." Bush has been doing rehab workouts in the team's training facility the past few days.
Miller a 5'10, 218-pound rookie and a 6'1, 233-pound second-year pro Daniel Thomas will likely get the carries in place of Bush if the starter is out or limited against the Cardinals. Bush has accounted for 302 rushing yards on 50 carries for a 6.0 average this season. He also has two touchdown receptions through three games.