Saints RB Reggie Bush Says Good-Bye to New Orleans

Mark Ingram is officially a New Orleans Saint, and that could mean the end of the Saints career for former first-round pick Reggie Bush.

The USC back didn’t seem too happy when the Saints drafted Ingram, throwing up the following comment on Twitter after the pick was made.

“It’s been fun New Orleans.”

Bush could use the pick of Ingram for a reason to force his way out of New Orleans, even though the Saints have said they would like to keep the kick returner and running back.

The Saints would owe Bush $11.3 million in 2011, but there’s no way he will make that. He could force the team to release him instead of taking a pay cut. Sounds like Bush is trying to pave the way to not be in the Big Easy in the near future.

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One Response to “Saints RB Reggie Bush Says Good-Bye to New Orleans”

  1. Harlen Shackelford says:

    If he does indeed leave he will join up with his former New Orleans team mate and well known friend Jeremy Shockey in Carolina. I’m sure he is rather bitter over this decision New Orleans has made and like Shockey probably wants to make a statement to New Orleans. Why not go play pitch and catch with the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner for the closing of your career? Mark my words.