There are a lot of reports circulating out there right now about the suspected status of players in today's early games. We'll know for sure in about 15 minutes, and I'll have a running list here of all of the important actives and inactives in the early games as the confirmed news comes in. So let's deal with some late-game uncertainty.
According to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, Dolphins running back Reggie Bush is expected to play this afternoon versus the Cardinals. He is listed as questionable to play because of his bruised knee, but he was able to get through limited practice on Thursday and Friday. A source told La Canfora that "only an unforeseen complication in warm-ups would keep him out."
If you have Daniel Thomas or Lamar Miller , you can afford to wait on Reggie. If you don't, well, I still think Reggie is going to play in this game, and despite a tough matchup and the knee injury, he's been too productive when active to sit. It's a little gutsy, but I would feel OK putting Bush in my lineup, even if I didn't have great replacement options. I usually stress safety when it comes to late-game calls, but I have a lot of faith that Bush will be active and get at least 15 touches today.