Live betting fans saw that New Orleans Saints cornerback Champ Bailey was not able to make it to the team’s roster for Week 1, but this doesn’t seem to be a big enough reason for him to even start to contemplate retiring from the sport. His agent also said that he’s fully fit to play, and this is just another reason why retirement isn’t an option right now.
It was reported that the Detroit Lions want to see the meaning behind this, because according to sources, the player was working out on Thursday with the team, to the surprise of many fans. News of this was first reported by Tim Twentyman, team reporter.
Bailey is one of his generation’s top cornerbacks, and a very famous one in the football world, but the Denver Broncos decided to release the player after he was struggling with a foot injury for most of last season, and also due to the fact he wasn’t able to do a good enough job when he hit the field.
The player then joined the ranks of the Saints, where luck didn’t seem to go his way at all, as he was again troubled with foot problems, and some experts started to doubt his future in the sport. Live betting fans saw that the player featured in the team’s last game of the preseason, but he didn’t seem to convince New Orleans that he was a key piece to their team.
“Even though I’ve played 15 years, it doesn’t matter,” the player said. “Man, this is a production business. I think every guy going into training camp has to show what he can do. And, you know, I feel good. If they like what I do, then I’ll play a lot on Sundays. Plain and simple.”
There are currently only five other cornerbacks on the Lions’ roster, and they seem set to give the player a chance among their ranks.
Many fans have plenty of faith in the player, and believe that he’ll leave these foot and performance problems behind him and get a fresh start in the NFL.