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Reggie Bush: Buying Segways for Entire Dolphins O-Line Is Brilliant Move

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - DECEMBER 04:  Running back Reggie Bush #22 (C) of the Miami Dolphins celebrates a touchdown with teamates against the Oakland Raiders at Sun Life Stadium on December 4, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
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Kyle VassaloFeatured ColumnistDecember 31, 2011

Reggie Bush has completely resurrected his career in Miami, rushing for over 1,000 yards for the first time and finishing the season strong.

In the classiest of moves, he hooked all of his offensive lineman up with Segways, according to his Twitter. It's a great gesture by Bush, who isn't strapped for cash and will undoubtedly benefit from this display of gratitude.

It's not uncommon for quarterbacks to give their offensive line gifts as a thank you for protecting them, but to see a running back do something like this is refreshing.

It's the season of giving, and the Dolphins offensive line will undoubtedly be happier than ever to block for No. 22.

Bush has never lived up to the hype he carried with him coming out of college, but he's showing that he can be the feature back everyone ultimately thought he would be.

With over 100 rushing yards in each of his last four games, Bush and his line never quit fighting and the wealthy back made a brilliant move by buying the hogs up front new toys to mess around with.

This relatively small gesture will undoubtedly go a long way. Bush may have been a minor piece in New Orleans, but he's a huge part of the Dolphins and just earned serious brownie points with the men who will dictate how his career is defined from here on out.

Well done, Reggie Bush.

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