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Cardinals turn to Bush for RB help

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The Arizona Cardinals signed veteran running back Michael Bush on Tuesday in an attempt to bolster their ground game and released Kerwynn Williams to make room on the roster.

The Cardinals also released offensive tackle Kelvin Palmer from the practice squad.

Arizona has been searching for a capable addition at running back. Starter Andre Ellington’s production has tailed off to 89 yards rushing in the last three weeks.

Bush played in 15 games for the Chicago Bears last season. He was released by the team in March.

In a seven-year NFL career, Bush has 3,250 yards and 29 touchdowns on 809 carries and 104 receptions for 1,010 yards and two touchdowns. A fourth-round pick by Oakland in the 2007 NFL Draft, he had his best season with the Raiders in 2011 when he ran for 977 yards and seven touchdowns.

Bush was with the Raiders until he signed in 2012 with the Bears, where he rushed for 608 yards and eight touchdowns in two seasons.

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Source: Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk

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