Running back Reggie Bush signed a four-year deal with the Lions last March. (Robin Buckson / Detroit News)
Lions running back Reggie Bush doesn’t know how many years are left in his career, but he does know where he wants to spend them.
“I want to stay here, I want to retire here and I’d love to retire as a Detroit Lion,” Bush said in an interview on the NBC Sports Network. NBCSN. “I don’t want to bounce around from city to city, from team to team. I think I have something good going here, have been really getting to know the city over the past year and just really looking forward to bringing a championship here someday and making history.”
Bush, 29, signed a four-year deal with the Lions last March.
“There’s a lot of options, and I think that’s the great thing about this offense: You can’t just key in on one guy because we have a multitude of players that can hit the big one and can score touchdowns and make big plays,” Bush said during the interview. “Obviously, like you said, adding Golden Tate and adding the new tight end into our offense is only making us that much more dangerous, so we’re bringing more weapons into an already explosive offense.”