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Topic - Lynell Hamilton
If Reggie Bush finally returns to action at Dallas on Thanksgiving, he'll join a Saints squad that has rattled of four double-digit wins in its last five games without him.
Pierre Thomas was nowhere to be seen during practice the past two days.
The competition for New Orleans' third running back spot could get more intense in the next few days.
New Orleans Saints running back Lynell Hamilton has torn the ACL in his right knee and is expected to miss the entire season.
Reggie Bush returned to practice after missing one session with cramps, and he might have become even more important for the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints on Wednesday.