The Baltimore Ravens’ fans saw that Bernard Pierce had no choice but to leave in the first quarter after he was hit right on the game’s opening drive, and many local bookies were very worried when they saw that the running back was not able to return to action when the Ravens beat the Washington Redskins 23-17 during a preseason game on Saturday. Now pay per head agents just hope that the player didn’t suffer a concussion, as this would not be very good news at all for Pierce or the team.
Baltimore announced that the league’s concussion protocol was being followed on the player, and price per head services know very well how important this is, especially after the hit that he took. Pierce is set to be Baltimore’s starting running back for the regular season’s first two weeks, taking the place of Ray Rice. The player’s Live betting fans can see that this is yet another reason for concern, but also know that his health comes first.
“We’ll have to see,” said coach John Harbaugh. “I’m not sure where he’s at right now. We’ll just have to see how it goes.”
Keenan Robinson was the one to hit the player on a fourth-and-1 behind the line. Many Live betting fans were then very concerned to see that the player walked gingerly off the field, and he ended up being taken directly to the locker room so he could be evaluated.
Pay per head agents then saw that at running back, Justin Forsett and Lorenzo Taliaferro split carries for what was left of the first half.
Rice was ready for action but wasn’t able to play. Pay per head agents found out that the league suspended the player for two games due an incident off the field.
Live betting fans know how serious and problematic concussions can be in the NFL, and hope that the league does everything in their power to take care of this problem. Pierce’s progress will be closely monitored by pay per head agents, and they wish to see him make a very speedy recovery.