Apparently the Rams will acquire him in exchange for draft picks. General consensus is Bush and a late round draft choice is going to St Louis and in return the New Orleans will get a third round pick or perhaps even a second round pick in exchange.
At first glance it appears like a solid deal, the Rams get a much needed boost to their offense while the Saints are able to unload Bush and his 11.8 million dollar price tag, all while getting pretty high draft compensation in return.
The Rams are a team on the upswing after their drafting of quarterback Sam Bradford last year, who had a superb rookie season by most accounts, and head coach Steve Spagnuolo continues to re-build the roster in hopes of continued improvement.
Bush cold be a huge asset to Bradford and an excellent change of pace back to compliment Steven Jackson. Together they could from the smash-and-dash style pairing that’s been hugely successful for some NFL teams in the past. (Tennessee Titans with LenDale White and Chris Johnson)
Head coach Sean Payton declared long ago that he wanted to see Reggie Bush back with the Saints, and Bush, after his twitter fiasco, stated that he wanted to play his career out in New Orleans and retire a Saint one day.
Lately though it seems that the words aren’t matching up to what is really going down, but no one will really now what is the truth or not until the hopeful start of free agency in July.
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