Louisville will be without wide receivers James Quick and Jamari Staples won't be available for Clemson game

University of Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino had an injury update on Monday night and it wasn't good for the wide receiver. James Quick and Jamari Staples will be sidelines again this week for the Clemson game.

The young wide receiver group for the University of Louisville football team won't be getting two key members back this week.

U of L coach Bobby Petrino said junior James Quick and UAB transfer Jamari Staples will both remain "unavailable" for Thursday nights game agaoinst Clemson in Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

"They're not available," Petrino said.

Quick, the most experienced member of the wide receiver group, suffered a sprained ankle in the opener against Auburn. He missed last week's Houston game and is expected to be out a little longer than this week.

Staples was injured in practice the week prior to the opener. Petrino called it a knee injury and said last week he was hoping to get him back "soon." Alphonso Carter is another wide receiver not available. He has missed all of fall camp with a hamstring issue.

Louisville plays Clemson on Thursday night at 7:30 p.m.

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