Reggie Bush eyeing five more years in the NFL

Reggie Bush #21 of the Detroit Lions looks to get around the tackle of Stevan Ridley #22 of the New England Patriots during a first quarter run during a pre season game at Ford Field on August 22, 2013
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Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush wants to extend his eight-year NFL career NFL for another five seasons at the least.

Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush feels that he can continue playing for at least another five seasons.

Bush has been in the NFL for eight seasons since being selected second overall in the 2006 Draft, and is currently with his third team in that timespan.

"I feel good at this point, obviously I'm saying that because I'm not getting hit right now," Bush told

"I still feel like I can go, I don't know how many years left, god willing I can play at least another 5 years. I would love to get at least another five years in."

The 28-year-old had 1,006 rushing yards and 506 receiving yards along with seven touchdowns in the 2013 season.

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