Reggie Bush Becomes 1st RB in NFL History To End Season With Negative Rushing Yards
It was reported a few days ago that Buffalo Bills running back Reggie Bush was in danger of becoming the first running back in NFL history to finish a season with negative rushing yards on at least 10 carries.
With the Bills not playing for anything whatsoever, Bush’s negative-three yards on his 12 carries going into the last game of the season seemed like something he could overcome.
Say it ain’t so, Reggie Bush. pic.twitter.com/iIglqAS3VP
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 2, 2017
Reggie Bush finished the season with -3 Rush yds. pic.twitter.com/zNAjVctYyv
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) January 2, 2017
Reggie never saw the field against the Jets. So the Buffalo Bills paid Reggie Bush $1.5 million for -3 rushing yards