Reggie Bush declared active Sunday by Dolphins: Fantasy implications

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Reggie Bush has been declared active for Sunday's game between the Dolphins and the Bengals. We break down the fantasy implications.

Reggie Bush has been declared active for Sunday's game between the Miami Dolphins and the Cincinnati Bengals. Bush struggled through a hip injury suffered prior to Week 4, and was limited in practice Wednesday this past week. He was able to practice fully Thursday and Friday, however, and is expected to take on his normal workload.

Fantasy Impact: Bush played through pain last week to average a respectable 3.9 yards per carry against the Arizona Cardinals. He should be much closer to 100 percent this week, with a much better matchup. The Bengals are giving up over 130 yards rushing per game, and 5.3 yards per carry through four games played. Bush should be a solid RB1/RB2 play in standard leagues this week.

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