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Reggie Bush reportedly has no structural knee damage

We've got some good news for Reggie Bush's family, his fantasy owners and all Miami Dolphins fans. The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that Bush suffered no structural damage in his knee on Sunday.

Bush was in good spirits Monday morning, tweeting what looked like an update to his fans on his knee injury.

Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post previously reported that Bush might have to miss a few games. Everything points to a knee sprain although nothing has specifically been reported to that end.  The team hasn't said anything official. Bush still might wind up missing some games. Lamar Miller and fumble-prone backup Daniel Thomas would pick up the slack.

Bush was off to another strong start despite a tough matchup against the New York Jets. He's averaging six yards per carry and had 300 yards through three weeks. Bush has struggled with injuries to the same knee before. This won't help his chances for competing for a rushing title, but the news could be a lot worse after a crazy week for injuries.

Follow Gregg Rosenthal on Twitter @greggrosenthal.

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