It’s clear at this point the Dolphins are going to aggressively pursue a playmaker on offense.
But it’s equally clear that they’re willing to let one walk out the door.
According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, three teams have expressed a willingness to pay Bush “significant” money, but that the Dolphins are none of them.
In fact, Salguero’s source said Bush “categorically will not be back in Miami.”
The are teams with a glaring need for a player such as Bush (cough, Lions, cough), but the Dolphins appear ready to hand the ball to Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas and proceed.
Bush was a productive runner and receiver for the Dolphins, but he’s going to have to take his show on the road next year, and wait until Tuesday to do it.