By now we've all seen the "tweet heard 'round the world" by Reggie Bush. And I'm just wondering: How did Deuce handle it when Reggie was drafted? I mean we didn't have twitter back then, or really any form of communication from the players other than the media. I'm pretty sure it wasn't nearly as dramatic as Bush's quote...and knowing Deuce I'm sure he was somewhat encouraging of adding a new RB to the offense (making it more dynamic). Sure Fred McAfee, Antowain Smith, and Aaron Stecker aren't nearly as threatening as Pierre Thomas, Chris Ivory, and Mark Ingram...but Reggie needs to see that really...his job is really his to lose. Reggie isn't really a true RB like Ingram, Thomas, and Ivory. He's more like a slotback, he's got both the tools of a RB and a WR and Sean Payton knows that and will try to keep him as long as he takes a pay cut. But anyways...my main point is the question: How did Deuce handle is when Reggie came along? If positively, Bush should take this into consideration in his future actions.
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