Ricardo Louis can't catch a break: Former Auburn WR to miss another NFL season
Ricardo Louis may have used up all his luck during the Prayer at Jordan-Hare.
The former Auburn wideout was on the receiving end of arguably the most amazing play in recent SEC history, he held that title for just two weeks before the Kick Six happened on the same field, but now he can’t seem to catch a break as Miami recently announced Louis would miss the upcoming NFL season.
The Dolphins put Louis on injured reserve on Thursday, which officially puts the receiver on the shelf for the upcoming NFL season.
You may recall Louis missed all of last season after hurting his neck as a member of the Browns. The Dolphins signed the former Auburn receiver this offseason but he will have to now wait a year before he can show Miami what he can do on the field.
During his NFL career, Louis has appeared in 32 games with 12 starts and made 45 catches for 562 yards. In college, Louis registered 98 receptions for 1,338 yards and eight scores.
While this news is unfortunate, it does allow us the opportunity to share video of the Prayer at Jordan-Hare: