Reggie Bush Listed As Probable For Sunday

Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush was a limited participant in Wednesday and Thursday's practices due to a neck injury, but practiced fully on Friday and is listed as "Probable" on the final injury report of the week.

Through six games this season, Bush has just 232 rushing yards and 97 yards and a touchdown as a receiver out of the backfield. The lack of production prompted Bush to declare that he and his 0-6 teammates stink, comments he stuck by later in the week.

"I still stand by it,because there’s nothing fun about being 0-6," Bush said via Andrew Carter of the Sun-Sentinel. "There’s no room for sensitivity in this league. This is a man’s game and we all signed on the dotted line."

Bush and Co. could have some success against a New York Giants defense that ranks 27th against the run thus far this season.

For more on the Dolphins' running back situation, be sure to visit The Phinsider.

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