Tuesday, 21 September 2010 10:28
Saints Reggie Bush Reportedly Fractures Right Leg Fibula, May Miss Six Weeks
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statonReggie Bush, who suffered a leg injury late in Monday night's victory over the 49ers, may have suffered a broken bone in his right leg.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the initial diagnosis is a fractured fibula. A league source said that the team is pretty sure that the injury is a fractured fibula.


The injury occurred in a pileup that happened after Bush muffed a punt return.

Per ESPN, Bush could miss six week as the bone heals. That would mean he's miss games against the Falcons, Panthers, Cardinals, Bucs and Browns.  He's also miss the showdown with the Steelers.
Saints cornerback Randall Gay suffered a concussion at tend of the first quarter and didn't return. It was at least the second concussion of his career.

By Ed Staton

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