Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens running back who’s very famous with pay per head sportsbooks, is considered to be a “game-time decision,” coach John Harbaugh said after practice on Friday.
Pay per head sportsbooks found out that Rice was not able to practice all week after he injured his hip in the fourth quarter of the 14-6 win over the Cleveland Browns. However, Harbaugh previously said that the three-time Pro Bowl running back does not have to practice to play against the Houston Texans on Sunday.
The player was listed as doubtful on the official injury report that was released on Friday, and pay per head sportsbooks found out that Ed Reed, Texans safety who is currently recovering from a hip injury, was listed as questionable for action. Pay per head sportsbooks saw that Rice was not able to play after coming over from the Ravens this season – something that left many of the team’s fans very concerned.
He started in 43 straight games, which is the longest current streak for running backs in the NFL, and pay per head sportsbooks are very well aware of how valuable a player he is.
“There’s really nothing new to report,” Harbaugh said. “We’ll keep our fingers crossed, although we’re prepared for it to go either way.”
Bernard Pierce, backup running back who’s also very well known with pay per head sportsbooks, would not speculate on whether he would start on Sunday his first NFL game.
“I try not to get involved with all the hype,” Pierce said. “I just go out, stay focused and play my game.”
And pay per head sportsbooks believe that the most important thing for the players to do in the sport is to simply stay focused.
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On Friday, the league also said that Rice would not be punished after the player was accused of spitting on Phil Taylor, Browns nose tackle, and pay per head sportsbooks everywhere were wondering about this situation. The NFL said that film of the play was inconclusive.