Reggie Bush active for fantasy owners on Monday night

Jeffrey G. Pittenger-USA TODAY S

Bush is ready to go after aggravating his calf injury in the snow last week. We break down the fantasy implications.

Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush is active for Monday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens after tweaking his calf injury last week.

Bush has been dealing with the injury for several weeks. He was active in last week's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, but aggravated his calf after slipping on snow during pregame warmups. He didn't play a single snap in the game. Bush had limited practice this week and was listed as questionable for the game. He's expected to handle his normal workload despite missing Week 14.

Fantasy impact: Out of the blizzard and in a cozy dome, Bush should resume his RB1 role against the Ravens defense. Joique Bell was a fantasy hero last week and is still worth starting in deeper leagues despite Bush being back. There are plenty of targets to go around in Detroit's offense and Bell usually gets enough to be a decent flex play.

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