Reggie Bush to be a “true game-time decision”

UPDATE: NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora reports Reggie Bush (questionable, knee) is “scheduled” to play Sunday at Arizona.

Reggie Bush, RB for the the Miami Dolphin’s may or may not play in today’s game against the undefeated Arizona Cardinals. Bush injured his knee last weekend when the Dolphins were running out the clock at the end of the first half.

Although his MRI earlier this week revealed no structural damage, Bush tried to downplay his injury “just as a bruise”  he did not practice Wednesday. He returned to limited practice both Thursday and Friday.

As of this morning, it is said that Bush playing today is still uncertain and will likely be a “true” game-time decision since the game is not scheduled for kick off until 4:05EST.  The game starting so late also might sway the decision to not have him play.

Bush is having the best start of his career. He is averaging 6 yards a carry while his best season had been 5 yards a carry. He is currently on pace for 1500 yards averaging 100 yards per game.