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Reggie Bush missed practice Wednesday and would not say whether he expects to play when the Lions face the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
“No, no you cant leave an NFL job college will always be there so I don’t see that happening.”
Maybe Sunday night was the final straw for fans of Jay Cutler.
The Cincinnati Bengals may not have won their game on Thursday night against the Browns, but they succeeded in winning the hearts of America with all of the sweet things they have done for defensive tackle Devon Still’s daughter Leah.
Hoke took a neutral stance Thursday on whether Brandon should have stayed behind the scenes more during his tenure with the Wolverines.
Bush, who missed Detroit’s last game, said he will play Sunday and admitted playing his former team gives him some extra fire.
Izzo talked about the direction of college athletics and whether the priority of universities is skewing toward athletics versus academics
“Just not a lot of respect for who we were playing for, and I think that showed up on the field,” Lawrence Jackson said of Jim Schwartz.
It is one thing for the Lions fans and some in the local media to start thinking ahead to the post season, but is it a good sign when someone in the national spotlight feels the same way.
“My first goal is … how are we going to get this win,” Reggie Bush said Tuesday. “That’s the best attitude you can approach it with.”