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The Miami Dolphins have a capable back in Daniel Thomas and there are no apparent contract negotiations between Reggie Bush and the Dolphins at this point, leaving the door open for Bush to walk in 2013.
After being labeled as a bust who can't run between the tackles and a game-changer only on special teams, Bush changed his identity when the Saints traded him to Miami. In 15 games last season, Bush proved his doubters wrong, rushing for 1,086 yards and averaging 5.0 yards per carry. He also chipped in seven offensive touchdowns and made 43 receptions.
Through 13 games in 2012, Bush has 179 carries for 791 yards and four scores, with a 4.4 yards-per-carry average. That rushing total is impressive due to Bush losing a lot of carries to Thomas.
After this season, the Dolphins and Bush will probably part ways. Miami invested a high draft pick to Thomas and his role has grown from last season to this one. Bush is one of the most explosive players in the league and can score on any given play.
For teams looking for explosive playmakers in 2013, Bush is at the top of the list.
Possible Destinations: Indianapolis, St. Louis, Atlanta