All-time rushing yards leaders in New Orleans Saints history

Leigh Oleszczak
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13. Reggie Bush (2,090)

Saints RB from 2006-2010

From one second overall pick to another, as we transition from Archie Manning to Reggie Bush, who the Saints took with the No. 2 pick in the 2006 NFL Draft. Bush seemed to be the consensus No. 1 overall pick that year but shockingly didn’t go first and was on the board when New Orleans was on the clock.

Bush spent five years in New Orleans and never put up crazy rushing numbers but was a threat to do damage through the air as well, making him a dual-threat in the offense. His best season was his rookie year when he rushed for 565 yards and six touchdowns and finished with a total of 1,307 yards and eight touchdowns.

Bush actually finished his five-year career in NOLA with more receiving yards (2,142) than he did rushing yards but he still managed to finish in the top 15 all-time even just playing in New Orleans for five years.

Bush finished his career playing for four different teams, including the Dolphins, Lions, 49ers, and Bills. He’s been out of the league since 2016.