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Buffalo Bills offered Reggie Bush the league minimum

Reggie Bush wasn't offered much from the Bills.

If Reggie Bush wants to play for the Buffalo Bills in 2016, he'll have to do so at the minimum salary for NFL veterans. Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com revealed that the team only offered Bush a minimum deal when asked about the running back on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/ChrisBrownBills/status/755404476794765312

As Brown noted, Bush may be looking for more money or at least more of an opportunity. If Bush signs with the Bills, there is no guarantee that the veteran back makes the 53-man roster. Bush would have to compete for a complement role behind LeSean McCoy against the likes of Jonathan Williams, Mike Gillislee, James Wilder Jr., and Dan "Boom" Herron. Even if he were to win a roster spot, there's no guarantee that Bush would see much playing time.

Ultimately, the ball is in Bush's court, but he may be wise to wait on signing anywhere until training camp or the preseason. Injuries will occur during this time and Bush could field better offers in terms of money and opportunity.


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