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After finally having success with the Miami Dolphins in both the 2011 and 2012 seasons, Reggie Bush finds himself on the market again in 2013.
He rushed for over 1,000 yards in 2011 and finished with 986 at the end of the 2012 season. At age 27, Bush has matured into a dependable back who would fit well into Peyton Manning's offensive scheme.
He could be utilized as a returner and could also play a Darren Sproles-type role in the Broncos offense. Denver's current offensive line is arguably the best unit Bush could play behind in his entire career, allowing his skill set to shine within the offense.
While other free agents like Stephen Jackson are available and intriguing, it would not make the most sense for Denver to budget for a No. 1 back in the type of offense run by Manning.
Signing Reggie Bush to replace Willis McGahee, who turns 32 years old a month into the 2013 season and is recovering from a knee injury, is a solid move for the franchise and could pay off handsomely for Denver this upcoming season.
Odds: 60 percent