Running back Reggie Bush traveled to Buffalo on Monday for a meeting and physical with the Bills and it appears he’ll be sticking around for a while.
Multiple sources reported and PFT has confirmed that Bush will sign a one-year deal with the team and join them at training camp this week.
PFT learned, via a league source, that Bush was tempted by the chance to wait for an injury elsewhere before signing to play behind LeSean McCoy in Buffalo but ultimately decided that this was the right spot for the 2016 season.
Bush and the Bills had been in communication about a possible deal for some time and the news of Karlos Williams’ four-game suspension increased the need for an addition to the backfield in Buffalo. Bush is coming off of a season-ending knee injury that he suffered while playing for the 49ers last season, but it would seem that the Bills are comfortable with his health if they’re moving forward with a deal.