Former President George H.W. Bush has seen his condition worsen in a Houston, Texas hospital, his spokesman said Wednesday. Jim McGrath said the former president’s fever has progressively gotten worse over the last two days and called the fever, “stubborn.”
The Miami Dolphins victory on Sunday was a hollow one because the team was eliminated from the playoffs. But, the game was also an audition of sorts for left tackle Jonathan Martin and running back Reggie Bush.
One of the more surprising incidents in the Miami Dolphins’ blowout loss to the Tennessee Titans Sunday was the benching of starting running back Reggie Bush.
In the midst of the chaos that has become early voting in South Florida, former Governor Jeb Bush hosted a charity golf tournament for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, but also took time to stump for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney Friday.
The verbal jabs from the New York Jets on Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush continued to ratchet up Wednesday as several Jets said Bush will remember their name.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan apologized for his comments about Reggie Bush before the last game against the Miami Dolphins, but now Ryan wants Bush to apologize for his comments about injured New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Miami Dolphins running back has no problems running into 300 plus pound linemen, but he’s about to take on one of his biggest challenges at home.
If it was up to Reggie Bush, he’d be in uniform and in the starting lineup against the Arizona Cardinals. But, that decision has yet to be made by Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin.
After running for a career high 26 times for 172 yards and 2 touchdowns, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week.
For the first time in both of their careers, Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill and head coach Joe Philbin picked up an NFL victory Sunday. The victory marked a return to the running game the Fins had avoided and a solid defensive effort against the Oakland Raiders.