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CHARGERS: Goodbye L.T And Hello Reggie Bush

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - FEBRUARY 07:  Running back Reggie Bush #25 of the New Orleans Saints warms up before Super Bowl XLIV against the Indianapolis Colts on February 7, 2010 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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Justin ScalesContributor IFebruary 23, 2010

If this isn't the most opportune time for Reggie Bush to get a chance to be the premiere back that he was in College, then don't know what is.

Yes i said it Reggie Bush coming back to play with the San Diego Chargers to replace L.T. makes perfect sense.  Reggie Bush is happy to win a super Bowl but let's face it the Saints would of won it without him. 

Reggie Bush is a 2 or 3 running back system with the saints, and I know it is killing him inside to know when will he get his chance to prove that he is more than a dangerous receiver/returner.

Reggie Bush is a competitor and the truth about Reggie Bush no one thinks he can be an inside the tackle every down back.  Reggie Bush wants to not just prove that he wasn't a bust with the number 2 pick, but that he is just as worthy of being a number 1 pick.

Reggie Bush is still young and this is the perfect time with the perfect team to show that he is still that dangerous running back that struck fear in defenses in college.  San Diego will miss L.T. for everything he done for the organization, but with Reggie they can go into 2010 without missing a step.

 

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