Offensive coordinator Scott Linehan reiterated that Reggie Bush's role in Detroit will be "substantial."
Reggie Bush has been part of the Lions' rotation on punt returns in OTAs.
Reggie Bush believes the Lions' offense is a "lot like" the Saints'.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz believes Reggie Bush could catch as many as 80 passes in 2013.
Coach Jim Schwartz says the Lions plan to use Reggie Bush as he was utilized by Sean Payton in New Orleans.
The Lions haven't ruled out using Reggie Bush on returns.
Reggie Bush called playing for the Lions a "running back's dream."
Lions agreed to terms with RB Reggie Bush, formerly of the Dolphins, on a four-year, $16 million contract.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on SportsCenter that the Lions are hoping to sign free agents Reggie Bush, Jason Jones, and Glover Quin on Wednesday.
Yahoo Sports' Jason Cole reports the Lions are offering free agent Reggie Bush an opportunity to be their "full-time" running back, starting over Mikel Leshoure.
Free agent Reggie Bush has visits scheduled with the Cardinals and Bengals if the Lions let him get out of town.
Free agent Reggie Bush has scheduled a visit with the Lions, and is drawing interest from the Bengals in addition to the Cardinals.
Mike Jurecki of XTRA Phoenix confirms free agent Reggie Bush "isn't coming" to the Cardinals.
Profootballtalk.com reports the Lions are the "likely winners" on free agent Reggie Bush.