Reggie Bush was photographed at St. John Fisher College on Monday.
Seeing the running back in attendance meant one thing: Bush was visiting the Buffalo Bills to take a physical and sign with the team. As it stands now, the Bills and Bush are finalizing a one-year deal.
According to Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News, Bush will be able to earn up to $3 million with the Bills.
Following Monday's training camp practice, Rex Ryan noted that the Bills return game was not very good. That's certainly where Bush's signing comes in. The running back will almost certainly handle punt returns and could also be used as an option on kick returns. Considering the opportunities that Bush is likely to receive on special teams, it's certainly possible that he earns all of his incentives with Buffalo.
In addition to handling returns, Bush will also have the opportunity to earn playing time on offense. His skill-set is similar to LeSean McCoy's and he could be a valuable receiving option out of Buffalo's backfield. Considering that Karlos Williams will serve a four-game suspension at the start of the season, carries will be available behind McCoy.