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Happy again? Bush says 'Fins still focused, gunning for first win

Reggie Bush ruffled feathers in Miami's locker room last week when we told the press his winless team "stinks." One week -- and another loss -- later, Bush is enjoying himself again.

"Practice is still fun," Bush told the South Florida Sun Sentinel. "Guys are having a good time out there, still working and we're still hacking away at it.

"It's going to take one game at a time. We can't worry. All we can do is win one game. It's the same thing every week. We can only win one game this weekend. It takes one practice at a time and we got to focus on the execution because our effort is there."

Perhaps safety Yeremiah Bell, who fired back at Bush's critical comments last week, is pleased with the runner's new, sunnier take on life -- but wasn't Bush just being honest?

When Bush signed with the Dolphins during the offseason, he indicated Miami had found its feature back and a locker room leader. Bush said he looked forward "to building something special in Miami."

It's been special if you're into train wrecks, but Bush isn't to blame. He couldn't have picked a tougher spot to re-launch his career after five under-the-microscope seasons with the Saints.

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