Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush plans to be available to play Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens. Bush had a calf injury that kept him out Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles, but he told Detroit reporters Wednesday that he intends to play Monday night against the Ravens.
Not only Bush himself wants to come back to the game, the fans are expecting either. www.lionspat.com released the sales volume of the Reggie Bush jerseys which was 48,327 – 7,043 more than that of the moment he got injured. The gradually climbing up sales volume shows that the fans have confidence in Bush’s return.
Bush leads the Lions with 854 rushing yards, averaging 4.7 yards per carry and has scored three touchdowns. He ranks second behind wide receiver Calvin Johnson with 48 receptions for 448 yards and two touchdowns. He's complemented by backup Joique Bell, who's rushed for 504 yards and seven touchdowns. However, he aggravated a calf injury which eventually kept him out of the team's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. After that happened, Bush said, he was unable to play. Otherwise, Bush can't figure out how he aggravated the injury, which he said he suffered in practice. He said the cold weather could have played a factor but that he practiced outside on Friday when it was cold and felt good.
It was the second game Bush missed this season. He didn't play in Week 3 against Washington because of a left knee injury.
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