Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Jackson closer to making a deal with the Redskins

DeSean JacksonSources reported that wide receiver DeSean Jackson and the Washington Redskins seem to be moving closer to making a deal, and pay per head sportsbooks know that many fans would certainly not mind seeing the player join the team.

Price per head services found out that Jackson arrived on Monday night in northern Virginia and had dinner with coach Jay Gruden and members of the Redskins coaching staff. The player later went to a club with wide receiver Pierre Garcon and current Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall. Both players stated their desire for Jackson to join the team, and so did Robert Griffin III.

“Very exciting player. Determined to show he is the best and hungry to win. My kinda guy,” said Griffin.

Pay per head sportsbooks learned that Jackson was set to visit Redskins Park on Tuesday.

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Price per Head Sportsbooks: Peyton told his agent that he didn’t want to make more than Brady

Peyton Manning Price per head sportsbooks were surprised to learn that when Peyton Manning turned into a free agent after the Indianapolis Colts released him in 2012, he told his agent while trying to find a new team that he didn’t want to get paid more than Tom Brady.

Tom Condon, Manning’s agent, discussed the story of the player’s free agency in an interview with

Condon said that with a dozen teams interested in having Manning in their ranks, he thought that would be able to secure a $25 million deal per season for the future Hall of Fame quarterback, who would decide with which team he would play before any negotiations took place, and price per head sportsbooks were eager to see what move the player and his agent would make.

Pay per head services learned that when Manning decided to sign with Denver, he asked Condon: “What does Tom Brady make?”

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Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Rose participating in non-contact drills

Tom ThibodeauChicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau, cautious about starting more rumors on Derrick Rose, said that the former MVP point guard started participating in non-contact drills during team practices, but pay per head sportsbooks saw that he also made it clear that he won’t return to action this season.

“Yeah, yeah, he’s doing that; he’s moving along fine,” Thibodeau said when he was asked about non-contact drills. “He has picked it up a little bit. But there’s still no contact. He’s out for the year, but he’s doing well.”

And pay per head sportsbooks could see that the fans were given some hope when they heard the coach say this.

When he was told that the question was not about returning either in the regular season or the playoffs, the coach stopped the statement.

“I’m just beating you to the next [question],” the coach said.

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Price per Head Sportsbooks: Goalpost dunks will be penalized

Jimmy GrahamThe New Orleans Saints’ Jimmy Graham is not only redefining being a tight end, but price per head sportsbooks learned that he also inspired a new change of rules in the NFL. The league’s vice president of officiating said that players won’t be able to dunk the ball over the goalpost after they scored a touchdown.

Pay per head sportsbooks found out that on Tuesday, Dean Blandino confirmed the NFL rule change during a radio interview with “The Dan Patrick Show”. He said that dunking the ball over the crossbar will now be considered a foul along with other touchdown celebrations that involve props.

In the past, the dunks were considered to be a legal celebration, as well as the Lambeau Leap, which is also very famous with price per head sportsbooks.

“We grandfathered in some, the Lambeau Leap and things like that, but dunking will come out,” Blandino said, according to “Using the ball as a prop or any object as a prop, whether that’s the goalpost, the crossbar, that will come out and that will be a foul next season.”

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Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Shaquille O’Neill’s lawyer describes incident as ‘horseplay’

Shaquille O'NealPolice in Atlanta opened up an open assault investigation on Shaquille O’Neal after an incident last year that his lawyer said was “horseplay” but left an injured co-worker, and pay per head sportsbooks wonder what awaits the basketball legend.

Pay per head sportsbooks found out that charges on the incident have not been filed by local police. According to a police report, the incident took place on May 9 and was first reported to police on July 2.

According to Robert Williams, who’s a co-worker of O’Neal’s at Turner Studios, for whom the former player works as an NBA analyst, O’Neal “ran out of a room and hit me with a tackle punch to the back knocking me down and falling on top of me injuring my neck and back,” said the police report, and pay per sportsbooks could see how controversial this situation was, and is proving to be.

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Price per Head Sportsbooks: Nick Young had $100K worth of items stolen from his home

Nick YoungNick Young, LA Lakers guard who is very famous with price per head sportsbooks, said that almost $100,000 worth of shoes, clothing, luggage, and jewelry was stolen from his Los Angeles area home while he was playing at Staples Center.

“I came in, I seen my drawers and everything open and clothes all over the floor and the glass was broken from the window,” Young said on Monday.

“I think they knew that I had a game that day, I think they scoped it out a little bit. Obviously they knew nobody was in the house and they knew we had a game. So, they came at the right time.”

The seven-year veteran who’s very well known with price per head sportsbooks said that after discovering the robbery, he called the police and checked into a hotel.

“I didn’t feel safe no more,” Young said.

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Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Bisciotti says that Rice has future with the Ravens despite assault charge

Steve BisciottiSteve Bisciotti, Baltimore Ravens owner, said that running back Ray Rice has a future with the team even though he was arrested last month on a domestic violence assault charge, and pay per head sportsbooks wouldn’t mind seeing the player back in action.

“If everybody was one-strike-and-you’re-out, then we’d all be in trouble,” Bisciotti told ESPN at the NFL owners meetings on Monday. “When somebody repeats mistakes, it’s showing a lack of character to me. You can’t take what Ray’s done — the kind of locker-room influence he’s been and the kind of community commitment that he’s shown — and say he’s a different person.”

Pay per head sportsbooks remember that on February 15, Rice was arrested and charged with simple assault-domestic violence following a physical altercation with his fiancée that took place at a casino in Atlantic City. A court date has not been set.

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Price per Head Sportsbooks: WR Lance Moore joins the Steelers

Jerricho Cotchery'Price per head sportsbooks found out that on Friday, the Pittsburgh Steelers signed former New Orleans Saints wide receiver Lance Moore to a two-year deal, filling the void left by Jerricho Cotchery’s departure.

Earlier this week, Moore visited the Steelers, and price per head services learned that signing the player became a priority after Cotchery was lured by the Carolina Panthers with a $5 million, two-year contract.

Price per head sportsbooks saw that the player took to Twitter on Friday afternoon, and said that he is “excited” to join Pittsburgh.

Excited to be a part of #steelernation Couldn’t ask for a better organization to continue my career with!
– Lance Moore (@LanceMoore16) March 21, 2014

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Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Li Na beats Madison Keys in Miami

Madison KeysLi Na’s fans and pay per head sportsbooks were very happy to see that in Miami, the player finally got her campaign underway at the Sony Open Tennis with a 7-6 (7-3) 6-3 win over Madison Keys.

The Australian Open champion, who’s a huge favourite with pay per head sportsbooks, received a bye in the opening round and then a walkover in round two, and the player showed some signs of wear during her hard-fought match with the US teenager.

Keys, from nearby Boca Raton, threatened the world No 2 several times, but price per head services saw that she ultimately couldn’t take advantage of the opportunities given to her.

“I think it was a pretty tough match, she played well, big serve, big forehand, especially when she was 3-1 down and then came back (to) 5-3 and served for the first set,” Li said.

“During that time I didn’t think about too much. I said, ‘OK try to hit the ball, try to do what you have to do and save the set point’.

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Price per Head Sportsbooks: NFL draft prospect Taylor Lewan charged with assault

Taylor LewanAccording to court records, Taylor Lewan, first-round NFL draft prospect and former Michigan offensive lineman who’s very famous with price per head sportsbooks, was charged with two counts of assault or assault and battery and one count of aggravated assault stemming from an incident that took place on December 1, 2013.

Pay per head services learned that the 22-year-old Lewan was scheduled to be arraigned in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the 15th District Court on April 8 at 9 a.m.

Ann Arbor News, which reported the charges earlier, said that Lewan, who Scouts Inc. considered to be the No. 2 offensive tackle in the NFL draft in May, was being investigated for his role in an incident that took place on the 1200 block of South University Avenue on December 1 at about 12:30 a.m. after Michigan lost to Ohio State, and pay per head services saw plenty of trouble ahead.

The News reported that two Ohio State fans said that they were assaulted when the incident took place.

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