Jadeveon Clowney pulls out of practice after collision

Jadeveon ClowneyJadeveon Clowney’s Live betting fans were very worried when they learned that on Wednesday, practice for the linebacker ended up being cut short for approximately 45 minutes, with the player going to the medical tent following a collision. Pay per head agents can fully understand the fans’ concern, considering the player’s past health issues.

Price per head services found out that the rookie ended up leaving practice sessions early at the Denver Broncos’ facility in Dove Valley after a collision during a 9-on-7 drill with Denver tight end Jacob Tamme. The linebacker had choice but to miss out on the rest of their joint practice, but the player’s Live betting fans and pay per head agents were relieved to learn that while he was resting, trainers did not appear to examine him.

Sources reported that Clowney felt fine afterwards, but the Texans wanted the player to be tested further, and many Live betting fans believe that this might be a very good idea.

According to sources, the team doesn’t believe that the player’s injury is a serious one, but the Texans’ Live betting fans believe that they should still be very careful.

Pay per head agents learned that coach Bill O’Brien wants the player to be examined again on Thursday morning before making a decision on whether he will be able to participate or not.

The Texans’ Live betting fans remember when in May, the team decided to draft the linebacker out of South Carolina as first overall. Pay per head agents were very impressed when they saw that Clowney was able to demonstrate his skills very quickly in the team’s workouts and practices. In June, many Live betting fans were concerned when he underwent surgery for a sports hernia, but a few days after training camp started he was well enough to return to practice.

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Live betting fans were also relieved when they found out that Clowney’s problem on Wednesday was apparently not linked to his hernia surgery as he appeared to be walking fine.