Reggie Bush addressed his future when he spoke with reporters at his youth football camp at Tulane University on Saturday, but his status with the Saints remains uncertain.
We hear the odds are strong that the Rams will pursue a veteran running back in free agency after failing to land a runner in the draft.
While the Saints would like to keep him, Reggie Bush might get a chance to move on.
The top-rated back in this year's draft, Mark Ingram, has the potential to be a workhorse in the NFL, but he may not carry a full load in New Orleans, where head coach Sean Payton will be divvying up ...
The Saints drafted Mark Ingram with the 28th pick and might have shaken up their backfield in the process — at least that's what RB Reggie Bush seems to think.
Even though Reggie Bush could still be back with the Saints in 2011, it won't be a surprise to see the team draft a running back.
The Saints and Reggie Bush's representatives will open talks about his contract situation in earnest when a new Collective Bargaining Agreement is in place, we hear.
We take a look back at the past five rookie classes, and examine how the top skill-position player picked fared for fantasy football purposes in Year One.
We take a look back at the successes and failures of the Heisman Trophy winners dating back to 2000.
The Saints will have to make some difficult decisions on personnel before next season and there will probably be more roster turnover between now and next season than the Saints experienced between winning the Super Bowl and the start of ...
Days before they begin their playoff run against the Seahawks, the Saints placed RB Chris Ivory on injured reserve and signed RB DeShawn Wynn.
Expectations were high for the Saints' backfield duo of Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush entering 2010. But for a host of reasons, the pair turned out to be major fantasy flops.
Undrafted rookie Chris Ivory has made a major impression on head coach Sean Payton, who has said he doesn't want to reduce Ivory's workload even though Reggie Bush and Pierre Thomas are getting back to 100 percent.
Hopefully owners didn't immediately reinsert Reggie Bush into their lineups upon his return. If they did, they were surely disappointed.
After missing the previous eight games while recovering from a broken fibula, Saints RB Reggie Bush returned against the Cowboys in Week 12, and his involvement on offense was limited.