Free agent RB Reggie Bush tells TMZ Sports that he’s still hoping to sign on with a team during the season, but if no opportunity surfaces, he’ll retire from the NFL. According to TMZ, Bush has been training hard in the hope of secure a shot with another team and is in “tremendous shape.” Bush is also willing to convert to playing wide receiver if it would help his chances with a team. The last Bush update we have is from back in May when he mentioned that he plans on playing in 2017. “That’s my plan,” Bush said, via NFL.com. “Going into year 12, I still feel like I have a lot left to prove, a lot left to give this game before I’m done. I don’t want to put a number on how many years I have left. I think once you get past year 10, you just gotta take it one year at a time and go from there. I’m still excited, still looking forward to playing football again this season, still staying in shape, still working out. I plan to be somewhere in September.” Bush added that he’s spoken to a few teams but plans to wait for the right situation to surface for him.
Reggie Bush Says He’ll Retire If He Doesn’t Sign With A Team During Season
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