Bush out for season

ATLANTA – A second examination of Reggie Bush’s injured left knee by Birmingham orthopedist Dr. James Andrews confirmed the original diagnosis of a torn posterior cruciate ligament and Bush will miss the rest of the season, a league source with knowledge of the results said Monday night. 
“It’s been a very bad knee for about four weeks and he shouldn’t have been playing on it,” the source said. 
Bush had missed some practice time with a shin bruise in previous weeks, but an MRI exam done last Thursday evening after Bush had fully participated in the day’s practice, revealed the PCL tear. 
The source said Monday night that surgery likely would not be required to repair the damage and Bush apparently was in Atlanta to attend the nationally televised game against the Falcons. 

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