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    Reggie Bush New Orleans Saints Deluxe Framed Autographed Jersey

    Reggie Bush New Orleans Saints Deluxe Framed Autographed Jersey

    "Each framed jersey is matted beautifully in suede within a black wood frame. The team logos are laser cut and individually assembled to give the frame a classy, elegant look. Framed Dimensions are 36"" x 44"". Ready to hang. "

    Reggie Bush USC Trojans Autographed USC Authentic Style Throwback Jersey

    Reggie Bush USC Trojans Autographed USC Authentic Style Throwback Jersey

    "The 2005 Heisman Trophy winner has hand signed this custom Authentic Style USC Throwback Jersey. It was autographed on the back of the jersey. This rare custom made jersey does not have a brand name, is XL in size, and has sewn tackle twill numbers on a knit jersey. The jersey comes with a dated photo of Bush signing custom Jerseys, and the Reggie Bush/ GTSM Exclusive Authenticity Hologram, and a Certificate of Authenticity from The REAL DEAL Memorabilia. "

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    Reggie Bush - Entering the NFL Draft

    On January 12, 2006 he announced that he would forgo his final year of NCAA eligibility and enter the 2006 NFL Draft where he was expected to be among the first few selections. On April 2, 2006 during USC's Pro Day workouts Bush ran his 40 yard dash in 4.33 seconds, had a standing broad jump of 10-foot-9 (3.28 m), a vertical leap of 40.5 inches (103 cm) and did 24 repetitions in the 225-pound (102 kg) bench press.[citation needed]

    On April 26, 2006, three days prior to the 2006 NFL Draft, he signed a multiyear endorsement with the athletic sportswear company adidas, where he will promote football and training clothes and even launch cleats in 2007.

    On April 28, 2006, it was announced that Mario Williams signed a deal with the Houston Texans, meaning that Reggie Bush would not be the first draft pick. Bush's representatives spoke that night with the New Orleans Saints, who said they intended to use their second overall pick to select the USC product.

    Reggie Bush was indeed drafted by the Saints with the second overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft. The Houston Texans' decision to not take Bush was derided by many sports analysts. ESPN commentator Len Pasquarelli claimed that Houston selecting Williams ahead of Bush was one of the biggest mistakes made in NFL Draft history.

    It has been reported by Oregonian writers Jim Beseda & Paul Bucker that Bush put in a good word with the Saints' execs for former Pac-10 rival and Fred Biletnikoff Award winner Mike Hass, contributing to Hass being drafted by the Saints in the 6th round. It had also been reported that Bush requested for Hass to be his roommate at rookie camp, but Bush ended up rooming with someone else.

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