Price per head Sportsbooks: Bowman has uncertain timeline

Jim HarbaughSan Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh does not doubt that star inside linebacker NaVorro Bowman will be able to regain his full ability after rehab from a torn ACL in his left knee, and price per head sportsbooks are very optimistic.However, he doesn’t know when Bowman will return to action. On Tuesday, Harbaugh said that Bowman, who is one of the league’s most dominant defensive players and very well known with pay per head services, has a “grueling rehab” before him.

Harbaugh said that San Francisco are not sure if Bowman, 25-years-old, also tore his MCL, and doctors will have to wait from two to three weeks to make a decision on when to repair his ACL.

Price per head sportsbooks found out that a source previously said that an MRI exam showed that Bowman suffered a torn MCL and ACL, even though the MCL is expected to get better on its own.

The 49ers and pay per head services hope that Bowman, who suffered the injury against the Seattle Seahawks in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, will be able to play again by September, but the coach said that at this point there is no way to know when he will return. However, Harbaugh did say that he is expected to play in 2014.

“He’s got healing ahead,” Harbaugh said Tuesday. “He’s got grueling rehab ahead. That is not the way that you would’ve wanted or foreseen his offseason to be after coming off what many have talked about — and deservedly so — of a defensive-player-of-the-year type of performance. Great year by NaVorro.

“Knowing what’s inside of NaVorro Bowman, I have great faith in the human agency of NaVorro Bowman to continue to be great.”

Pay per head services saw that on Monday, Bowman took to Twitter to thank his fans:

Just wanna say Thank You for everyone’s support it sucks not going to lie but I will get through this it’s in Gods hands now.

— Navorro Bowman (@NBowman53) January 21, 2014

Harbaugh also confirmed that during Sunday’s 23-17 loss, left tackle Joe Staley suffered a compound dislocation of his thumb, running back Frank Gore broke his ring finger, and left guard Mike Iupati broke his fibula.

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These injuries are not expected to affect the players in 2014, to the relief of many fans and price per head sportsbooks.