Reggie Bush limited in practice; Intends to play on Thanksgiving vs. Bears

by Trevor R. Browning

 

Lions running back Reggie Bush intends to play on Thursday against the Bears.  To do so, he’ll need to overcome another injury.

Already dealing with an ankle problem, Bush was limited in Tuesday’s practice with a back injury, too.

Limited to playing in only seven games this season, Bush has 191 rushing yards on 53 carries and one touchdown. He also has 169 receiving yards on 26 catches.

Several other Lions were limited in practice on Tuesday as well, including receiver Calvin Johnson (ankle), defensive end Ziggy Ansah (elbow), safety James Ihedigbo (knee), and safety Glover Quin (back).

Tackle Riley Reiff (knee), guard Larry Warford (knee), and defensive tackle Nick Fairley  (knee) did not practice.


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