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Bush 'presents some big challenges' for Packers' D

9:36 PM, Oct. 2, 2013
Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush #21 looks for running room after getting away from Corey Wootton (98) and Tim Jennings (26) of the Chicago Bears in the third quarter Sunday at Ford Field.
Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush #21 looks for running room after getting away from Corey Wootton (98) and Tim Jennings (26) of the Chicago Bears in the third quarter Sunday at Ford Field.
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Ryan Pickett doesn't recall many details of the game and probably for good reason.

Outside of it being a sunny and temperate afternoon at Lambeau Field, there wasn't much worth remembering when the Green Bay Packers hosted the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 17, 2006, in a game featuring two rebuilding teams under first-year coaches.

The one takeaway from the Saints' eventual 34-27 win was the play of 21-year-old rookie running back Reggie Bush, who rushed for only 5 yards on six carries but caught a team-high eight passes for 68 yards in the first and only game he's played against the Packers. ...

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