To the untrained eye, it looked as if Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush had never been injured, at least according to Palm Beach Post beat writer Ben Volin. He even so far as to say that he has "little doubt that [Bush] will play in Week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals. Bush has a long history of knee injuries which may be the chief concern of the Dolphins' coaching staff.
Bush was jogging up and down the sidelines at the start of the third quarter last week. The key factor could be re-aggravation which would lead to taking a seat on the sidelines for multiple weeks. Should Bush need a week off, Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller would be the main beneficiaries with the former taking the majority of snaps. Miami wants to run the football so whoever is back there is worth a spot-start at least. Even if Bush plays and it is reported that he'll receive a limited workload, he's still a must-start given his tremendous production thus far.