Following up on the ongoing story. ... According to Palm Beach Post staff writer Ben Volin, a team source tells him Reggie Bush traveled to Arizona and is likely to play against the Cardinals.
Bush is listed as questionable but was on the practice field the last two days.
In fact, multiple reports have indicated that Bush, who sustained a slight knee injury just before halftime of the Jets' game last week, was moving well during Friday's session.
After watching him go through the paces yesterday, South Florida Sun-Sentinel staffer Harvey Fialkov advised readers that Bush "appears ready to play against Arizona."
The injury is believed to be a bruise rather than a sprain.
The fact that tomorrow's game is a late afternoon kickoff complicates matters.
As always with questionable players, your own risk tolerance and the availability of viable options to protect yourself against a last-minute scratch will be factors you have to decide for yourself.
In this case, I'll suggest a very tough Cardinals defense will also be a factor.
Whatever the case, you'll want to stay tuned. I'll be following up as needed through tomorrow's kickoff.