Miami Dolphins Running Back Reggie Bush Talks About His Knee Injury

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush injured his knee on Sunday against the New York Jets. Yesterday, he spoke on the Paul & Young Ron Show about his knee.

Sunday afternoon, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush injured his knee during the team's game against the New York Jets. After having to sit out the entire second half of the game, Bush was sent for an MRI on Monday, with the results showing no structural damage.

Tuesday, Bush joined the "Paul & Young Ron Show" on BIG 105.9 in his normal radio spot. During the show, Bush briefly discussed the status of his knee injury. Click here to listen to Reggie Bush discuss his injury.

Bush also took a minute to discuss the post game comments from Jets linbacker Calvin Pace, as well as head coach Rex Ryan's "hot sauce" comments, and the possibility that those comments construed a targeted attack at Bush. Click here for Reggie Bush on Calvin Pace Comments.

Bush did confirm the reports about the MRI, stating, "There's no interior damage at all. There's no structural damage at all. It's just a bruise and I'm working hard to be able to get back for this week."

The Dolphins play at the Arizona Cardinals at 4:05pm Eastern on Sunday.

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