Thursday, 28 July 2011 14:11
New Orleans Saints Lose Reggie Bush And Now Have Money For Jermon Bushrod Who Signs
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According to various media reports, on the same day that Reggie Bush has become an unSaint lifting a bundle of money for New Orleans to play with against the cap, the Saints and offensive tackle, Jermon Bushrod have come to an agreement over an undisclosed  two year contract.

 Bushrod has been an important component to the team since so much of the Saints’ future relies upon the health and the protection of Quarterback Drew Brees.

Bush’s departure for the Miami Dolphins means that players such as Bushrod, Lance Moore, Roman Harper and others would be affordable.

Tweets today from Reggie Bush:

I wish the New Orleans Saints the best of luck I will always be a fan! The team, coaches, and fans will be deeply missed!
To the city of New Orleans you will always have a place in my heart I love you guys your are my family & I will never forget our good times

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