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Despite having two of his most productive seasons with the Miami Dolphins in 2011 and 2012, Reggie Bush still hasn't become the legitimate No. 1 back that many expected him to become.
With that said, Bush is still a special talent who has the ability to make the hardest plays look simple. Unfortunately, injuries continue to hamper his career, as he hasn't played a full season since his rookie year back in 2006.
While the Dolphins have certainly enjoyed Bush's production and versatility, I'm not sure they'll be sold on bringing him back in 2013. They have two young backs in Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas who have shown potential of carrying the load in Miami.
If Bush is interested in taking a pay cut (he signed a two-year, $9.75 million contract in 2011), he could definitely remain on the Dolphins' roster for another few years. However, with Miami needing to improve in a number of other areas across the team, I ultimately see Bush on a new team in 2013.