Reggie Bush will have the choice of becoming a member of the Detroit Lions or Arizona Cardinals

Even in Detroit, there’s cleaner wool than Kim Kardashian.

With the Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals actively “recruiting” the former Dolphins running back, Reggie Bush can expect to net near the $5 million he earned in Miami last autumn.

The 28-year-old Bush, who the New Orleans Saints took out of the University of Southern California with the second pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, was essentially fired by Miami in favor of youngster Lamar Miller.

Should Bush have an opportunity to choose between playing in Motown or the Valley of the Sun, the wannabe Heisman Trophy winner, who averaged 4.3 yards per carry and rushed for 986 yards and six touchdowns in 2012, should become a Lion.

Despite a bitterly disappointing 4-12 campaign, the Lions have the offensive personnel to immediately rebound and compete.

On the contrary, the 5-11 Cardinals are an atrocious squad without a capable field general to even help them morph into middling contenders in the NFC West.

The 6-foot, 203 pound Bush, a sexual conqueror of retired WWE Diva Eve Torres and impure strumpet Kim Kardashian, would compensate for last season’s critical loss of Jahvid Best and offer Detroit with an extremely diverse backfield presence.

A 2008 All-Pro, Bush, who has compiled 2,730 yards and 15 scores as a receiver, would additionally spread the gridiron for three-time All-Pro Calvin Johnson, and standout tight end Brandon Pettigrew, and provide Matthew Stafford with an invaluable security blanket when pressured.

Although Detroit is struggling with salary cap issues, and the disgraced Trojan is brittle, getting a tad gray by NFL age standards and seeking a concerning muti-year deal, Bush would ultimately prove to be a wise acquisition for the Lions this offseason.

With more potent weapons for defenses to plan against stopping, Reggie Bush would serve as something of a complementary player and thrive as a Lion dashing in “The D.”

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