Pay per head sportsbooks can see that it’s not even the start of season and the Miami Dolphins are already dealing with injuries to players expected to play in key offensive roles.
According to sources, on Monday, Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey received hip surgery, and the player is expected to miss at least three months – something that concerns many fans and pay per head sportsbooks. In the meantime, sources said that running back Knowshon Moreno will receive arthroscopic knee surgery this week and will not be able to play from four to five weeks, and many fans hope to see him back in action as soon as possible.
The Dolphins and price per head services hope to see Moreno return to action in time for the beginning of the preseason, but Pouncey is set to be sidelined for the start of the regular season. In March, Moreno signed a one-year, $3.275 million contract.
Pouncey is also facing a possible suspension from the league. Pay per head sportsbooks know that he’s the only player who is implicated in the bullying scandal last year that is still on the team’s roster, and is fresh in the minds of many fans and pay per head sportsbooks.
Pouncey suffered a torn labrum in his hip during Miami’s offseason workouts, and the player’s absence will shake up an offensive line that was transformed during this offseason.
The 305-pound, 6-foot-5 Pouncey was the only returning starter in the unit, the leader of the line and many pay per head sportsbooks believe that he could be the Dolphin’s best offensive player.
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Miami will be faced with a quandary at center with Pouncey out. Pay per head sportsbooks found out that Pouncey’s backup is undrafted free agent Sam Brenner, although the Dolphins could also opt to try another lineman at center.
Former Rams guard Shelley Smith is also able to play center, but pay per head sportsbooks also know that the Dolphins will have five new starters on its offensive line on opening weekend.