The depth of Saints RB Reggie Bush's role this season will depend largely on his health and how he rebounds from a microfracture procedure performed on his oft-injured left knee in mid-December by orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews. So far, so good, according to Bush, who has missed 10 games the past 2 seasons because of repeated issues with his left knee. "I'm feeling really good; I'm about 75%," Bush said. "The coaches are pleased with my rehab and the way it's going. I'm pleased. I feel like I'm ahead of schedule. I'm pretty much doing everything right now (in offseason workouts)." However, he is expected to work on a limited basis when organized training activities begin Tuesday (the first of 12 team workouts that run into June) and at minicamp June 5-7. None of the 12 practices are open to the public. "I'm pretty sure it'll be tapered down," Bush said. "I won't do as much. That's just being careful. I'm sure I'll be full-go in training camp."
Saints RB Reggie Bush's role this season
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