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DEVANTE PARKER RUMORS

With DeVante Parker Out, James Quick Has A Big Opportunity To Step Up

Jared Wickerham – Getty Images As Bobby Petrino mentioned on Monday, you can’t simply replace DeVante Parker with just one guy. It’ll take a collective effort from the offensive unit to fill the void that has been left with Parker sidelined. It helps that the wide receiver group is the deepest on the roster, but Parker is capable of making plays that most others can’t. ...
Via The Cardinal Connect
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville WR DeVante Parker Has Broken Bone in Foot

Louisville will be without their big playmaker for at least the beginning of the season. He was injured during Friday’s practice and it was revealed today that he has a broken bone in his foot and will need surgery: DeVante Parker out for 6-8 weeks with a broken bone in his left foot. — Jody Demling (@jdemling) August 25, 2014 Coach Petrino says he is taking it all in stride...
Via BlackSportsOnline
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville will start the season without their star WR Devante Parker

Coach Bobby Petrino announced Monday that senior wide receiver Devante Parker would miss 6-8 weeks with a broken left small toe. Petrino said Parker broke the fifth metatarsal and will undergo surgery later Monday. “He’s such a calm guy, you wouldn’t know that it really bothers him that much, and obviously it does,” Petrino said […] The post Louisville will start the season...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville WR DeVante Parker Out 6-8 Weeks

Louisville star WR DeVante Parker will miss 6-8 weeks with a fractured bone in his foot. The injury occurred Friday night during practice. Parker led the Cardinals in receiving last season with 55 receptions for 885 yards and 12 touchdowns. This is a big blow to this offense as Parker was projected to put up monster numbers in 2014.  Fantasy Outlook: With Bobby Petrino back running...
Via In The Neutral Zone
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Receiver Devante Parker Having Surgery On Broken Bone In Left Foot, May Miss 6-8 Weeks

The Louisville program has gone through serious turnover from last season, losing star quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to the NFL, and head coach Charlie Strong to Texas. However, one of the main reasons of optimism for this year’s Cardinals club was the return of wide receiver DeVante Parker, who has over 1,600 receiving yards and 22 touchdowns in his last two seasons. Now, Parker...
Via College Spun
21 days ago  |  Discuss

DeVante Parker has serious foot injury

The University of Louisville released a statement Friday night that wide receiver DeVante Parker injured his left foot at practice Friday. He will be seen by Dr. Bob Anderson in Charlotte, N.C. in the coming days. This is not what the Louisville Cardinals need with 10 days until the first game against the Miami Hurricanes. Projected as […]
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville offense clicks during scrimmage

DeVante Parker eludes the outstretched arms of Andrew Johnson after catching a pass from Will Gardner that nets 30-plus yards. The last public look at the University of Louisville football team before the season opener, an inter-squad scrimmage Saturday to give Bobby Petrino and approximately 2,000 fans a look at how far this team has progressed during fall camp. No one was operating...
Via Louisville Card Game
August 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Will DeVante Parker Lead The ACC In Receiving? NFL.com Thinks So

Pete Cautilli | The Cardinal Connect With football season quickly approaching, the folks at NFL.com are giving their prediction for which players will lead each conference in each statistical category. It should came as no surprise that they’re predicting DeVante Parker to lead the ACC in receiving yards. NFL.com ACC Predictions Passing yards: FSU QB Jameis Winston Rushing yards...
Via The Cardinal Connect
July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

DeVante Parker Is College Football’s Most Freakish Athlete

Photo | @UofLFootball Louisville fans don’t need anyone to tell them just how athletically gifted senior wide receiver DeVante Parker is. For the past three season’s we’ve seen countless spectacular plays from the Louisville native. For those who’ve followed The Cardinal Connect over the years, I’m sure you’re well aware that we think Parker is extremely underrated on...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

We’ll Have To Wait Until Tomorrow For An Update On DeVante Parker

Louisville junior wide receiver DeVante Parker left yesterday’s game against Temple with just four minutes left in the first quarter. Following a 38-yard reception, Parker was slow to get up due what appeared to be a shoulder injury. Parker immediately went to the sideline to be evaluated by the training staff. Shortly after, he was sent to the locker room for further evaluation...
Via The Cardinal Connect
October 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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