Former New Orleans Saints players Reggie Bush and Jonathan Vilma will take the field Sunday (Jan. 13) to lead a Who chant before the team faces the Philadelphia Eagles.
Bush, who played running back on the 2009 Super Bowl winning team alongside, Vilma, a retired linebacker, announced the news on Twitter along with the hashtag #ImComingHome.
"# WhoDatNation let's bring the noise Sunday!" The tweet read. "I can wait to step on the field and lead the #WhoDant chant alongside @ JonVilma51."
The tweet included the last time Bush led the chant prior to the 201
Bush played five seasons in New Orleans after coming to the team in no. 2 overall drafted running back out of Southern Cal. He was sold to the Miami Dolphins in 2011 and later played for the Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers and Buffalo Bills.
Bush announced his retirement from professional football in December 2017, saying he wanted to officially retire as a Saints player. 19659002] "My heart will always be right here in New Orleans," he said.
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