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Reggie Bush Introduction
Reginald Alfred Bush Jr. fondly known as ‘Reggie Bush’ is an American football player playing the position of Running Back.
Reggie Bush is one of the infamous NFL running back who played for the “New Orleans Saints”, “Miami Dolphins”, “Detroit Lions”, “Buffalo Bills”, etc.
Reginald Alfred Bush Jr. gain prominence and success during his collegiate career. The professional success he received whilst playing for the University of South California, made him one of the most celebrated college football players.
Currently, Reggie Bush has retired from Professional football and works as a Football analyst for “Fox Sports” network.
Reggie Bush Net Worth & Salary
Reggie Bush’s net worth is $25 million.
Back in the days, during Reggie Bush’s NFL days, it was reported that he made a whopping sum of $60 million.
After retirement, he established himself as a Football analyst working with Fox Sports network for which he earns an annual salary of $2 million.
Reggie Bush Age, Early Life & Biography
Reggie Bush’s age is 37 years. Reginald Alfred Bush Jr. was born on the 2nd of March 1985 in the Spring Valley area of California.
Reggie Bush was named after his biological father Reginald Alfred Bush Sr. His biological parents had to give him up for adoption due to their critical financial condition.
Reggie Bush attended Helix High School. He started playing football in his elementary school days. Reggie Bush became the infamous Running Back winning many titles.
With such a tremendous and terrific High school football career, Reggie Bush was offered Sports Scholarship and he attended the University of South California.
|Name:||Reginald Alfred Bush Sr.|
|Age:||37 years old|
|Birth Date:||2nd March 1985|
|Birth Place:||Spring Valley, California|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Lilit Bush (m.2014)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||3|
|Profession:||American Football player|
|Yearly Income:||$2 million|
|Net Worth||$25 million|
|Content Last Updated:||December 2022|
Reggie Bush Personal Life
Reggie Bush’s first publicized relationship was with Kim Kardashian. Kim and Reggie met at a mutual friend’s party and began dating. They had an on-again and off-again relationship for 3 long years.
Later, Reggie Bush met his now-wife, Lilit Avagyan at an after-party. Lilit Avagyan was the dancer at the party. The duo hit it off instantly and tied the knot in 2014. They have 3 Children together.
Reggie Bush Career
Reggie Bushed joined the University of South California on a Sports Scholarship, this marked the beginning of the “Reggie Bush Era”.
Reggie Bush was selected by Coach Pete Caroll as a Five-way threat to the University team “The Trojans”.
In 2003, freshman Reggie Bush carried the whole season on his back. Pete Carroll’s five-way threat plan was very effective, making Reggie Bush the first freshman to get into the All-American Selection of 2003.
In the 2004 season, his game improved magnificently. Reggie Bush was the 5th runner-up in the Heisman Trophy. Reggie Bush competed against Alex Smith of the University of Utah. The duo made history by being two College graduates in the Heisman finale.
In his senior year, Reggie Bush finally won the Heisman Trophy and the All-American Selection in 2005. Reggie Bush led the Trojans to victory in Inter College Football tournament.
With a beaming Collegiate Career, Reggie Bush graduated from the University of South California in 2005, looking forward to the new chapter of his life.
Following his USC Graduation, Reggie Bush became the top contender in the 2006 NFL Draft. He was signed by the “New Orleans Saints”.
A few days into signing the deal with the “New Orleans Saints”, Reggie Bush’s hands were full of brand Endorsement deals. High-end brands like Reebok, Adidas, Pepsi, Pizza Hut, etc approached and signed Reggie for brand promotion.
Even before starting his game officially, it was reported that Reggie Bush made $5 million from all the brand Endorsements and media appearances.
Reggie Bush’s 2006 season was filled up with Ups and Downs. Though he started his first game a bit slow, the “New Orleans Saints” managed to win against the “Cleveland Browns”.
Even though they won a few games, the 2006 season was a big bust for the “New Orleans Saints”. Reggie Bush’s performance was even worse, making the team the lowest Scoring team of the season.
Just like the 2006 season, 2007 turned out to be a big failure for the “New Orleans Saints” and Reggie Bush. The Saints lost the first match of the season cursing their luck. They were the first team to get eliminated from the Superbowl Championship.
Reggie Bush opened the 2008 season. The football fans saw tremendous improvement in Reggie Bush’s game. He became the top player of the season but unfortunately “New Orleans Saints” couldn’t make it to the finals.
2009 proved to be the golden season for the “New Orleans Saints” and Reggie Bush. Despite having a knee injury, he came back to the field and played the game of his lifetime. The Saints won their first Superbowl Championship.
In 2011, Reggie Bush joined the “Miami Dolphins”. He signed a 2-year contract with the Miami Dolphins. Reggie Bush gave his best whilst his stay with the Miami Dolphins.
For his next phase, he signed up with “Detroit Lions”. He played with the team from 2013-2015. Later, he joined the “San Francisco 49ers” and “Buffalo Bills”.
In 2017, Reggie Bush took official Retirement from professional football and started working as a Sports analyst for Fox Sports network.
Reggie Bush Awards & Achievements
Reggie Bush has won many prestigious awards and titles like the “Heisman Trophy”, “AP College Footballer of the Year”, “Doak Walker Award”, “Walter Camp Award”, etc.
Reggie Bush was inducted into the New Orleans Saints Hall of fame in 2019.
Reggie Bush Major Investments and Assets
Not much information is available regarding the Assets and Investments of Reggie Bush.
Reggie Bush Must Watch Latest Video and Trending Photographs
Video Representation of Reggie Bush’s career highlights from his USC days.
Reggie Bush Twitter Handle
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