Louisville’s DeVante Parker injures foot during practice

DeVante ParkerLouisville’s Live betting fans were very concerned when the team said that during practice, DeVante Parker’s left foot was injured, and now an orthopedic surgeon will examine the extent of the player’s injury. Pay per head agents know how important the wide receiver is to the team, and would like to see what the doctor has to say.

The injury was recently announced by Louisville, and the school said that it isn’t known when the player will return to action. Pay per head services wonder how the senior’s absence will affect the team if he can’t make it back in time for the regular season.

Price per head agents heard some worrying news when a 6-foot-3 Parker suffered the injury on Friday when the team was holding practice at Papa John’s Stadium, and team physicians evaluated the player. Parker’s Live betting fans learned that he will go to Charlotte, North Carolina, to pay a visit to Dr. Bob Anderson “in the next couple days for further evaluation and management,” according to a news release by the school.

Many Live betting fans were disappointed when they learned that after his junior season, the player passed up on an opportunity to move up to the ranks the NFL. He was able to impress Live betting fans and price per head agents with his 12 touchdown catches – which proved to be a school-record – as well as his 55 receptions for 885 yards.

The Cardinals’ first season in the ACC will get underway on the night of Labor Day, when they take on Miami at home, in a game that is eagerly anticipated by price per head agents and Live betting fans alike.

Price per head agents know that Parker is one of the top senior receivers in the NCAA, so they can imagine what a big blow the player’s injury must be to Louisville, and they wonder what the team will decide to do in the event of his absence.

Parker’s Live betting fans are keeping their fingers crossed for the player to make a very swift recovery, and pay per head agents are very optimistic to see him back in action as soon as possible.