On Thursday, Victor Cruz, New York Giants wide receiver, received arthroscopic surgery on his left knee for an injury that will likely end his season, and price per head sportsbooks know very well that this is not very good news for the team.
Dr. James Andrews performed the debridement on the player in Pensacola, Florida. Price per head sportsbooks learned that the procedure is not considered a major operation, but involves the removal of cartilage.
The Giants did not place the player on injured reserve, but pay per head services can see that with only two games left against Detroit and Washington, his season is all but over.
The team said that on Wednesday, the player was cleared from a concussion suffered against Seattle on Sunday.
The 27-year-old receiver who is a huge favourite with price per head sportsbooks suffered the injury late in the third quarter against the Seahawks, when he went high to catch a pass coming from Eli Manning, and landed on his head while cornerback Jeremy Lane tackled him. The player took some time to get up and was walking gently to the sideline. The 16-yard play was ruled a catch but it was eventually overturned on a challenge.
In the offseason, Cruz signed a $43-million, five-year extension, and was the Giants’ steadiest offensive performer in what price per head sportsbooks can see is an otherwise terrible campaign for the offense.
The player will most likely finish 2 yards shy of his third consecutive 1,000-yard season. Price per head sportsbooks know that he has four touchdown catches and is leading the team in yards (998) and receptions (73). Cruz could have turned into the Giants’ first player to register 1,000 receiving yards in three consecutive seasons since Amani Toomer in 1999-2003, and the fourth one to do so in the history of the team.
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Price per head sportsbooks can see that there are reasons for the team’s fans to not be very happy, but they wish Cruz a very speedy recovery, and are confident that next season will be much better for the player.