The New Orleans Saints felt it got a blessing from God when USC full back Reggie Bush tumbled to them with the second pick in the 2006 NFL Draft.
The Saints snatched Bush instantly after the Houston Texans chose Bush Guys Williams out of NC State with the top general decision. Texans proprietor Bob McNair and expelled GM Charlie Casserly continued to sign Williams to a six year, 54 million dollar contract.
New Orleans fans, hoping to praise anything after Hurricane Katrina, cheered reporting in real time amid draft day and went out and remunerated proprietor Tom Benson and the Saints with a sellout of all season tickets.
The Bush period started emphatically, however now, things aren’t looking so great. Shrub told ESPN.com in a current meeting that the Saints should be open at the arranging table. “We need to have a reasonable offer. One that meets with our desires.” The “we” and “our” which means Bush and his operator Joel Segal.