Live Betting: Cary Williams doesn’t fear being targeted by the Patriots

Live betting fans learned that on Tuesday, Eagles cornerback Cary Williams said that he still believes that the Patriots are “cheaters” and said that he doesn’t fear being targeted for retribution by them when both teams practice together, but pay per head sportbooks are concerned about what could happen next week in joint practice. Price … Read more

Live Betting: Tucker gets three-day jail sentence

On Monday, P.J. Tucker, Phoenix Suns forward who’s very famous with many fans that enjoy Live betting, was given a three-day jail sentence and 11 days of home detention after the player pleaded guilty to driving under the influence, and pay per head sportsbooks could see how problematic this proved to be. “I am truly … Read more

Live Betting on NFL Football

Football betting is the most popular market in pay per head sportsbooks with spread and totals topping the list. Some of our live betting customers have played the game, whilst some are content just to watch and are not quite sure of what each position does. The quarter back is the most important player for … Read more

True Live Betting: Tate said that Browner and Thurmond were “selfish”

Brandon BrownerTrue Live Betting fans learned that Golden Tate, Seattle Seahawks receiver, said that cornerbacks Brandon Browner and Walter Thurmond were “selfish” when they forced the NFL to suspend them due to substance abuse.

“Everyone should realize where this team is,” Tate said on 710 ESPN radio in Seattle on Tuesday.

“You are affecting way more than yourself. I feel like that was kind of a selfish move on both those guys’ part. But it is what it is. The show must go on, and that’s what we’re gonna do.

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True Live Betting: Clay Matthews says that he’s not a dirty player

The Green Bay Packers’ True Live Betting fans could see that on Thursday, all that linebacker Clay Matthews wanted to talk about was about their game against the Washington Redskins.

Matthews said as much when he was responding to questions about his late hit last Sunday on San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, if he was given a fine for it, his reaction to comments made by 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, and suggestions made that he could be a dirty player.

It was the last question what drew a response from him, and True Live Betting fans saw that it could very well have hit a nerve.

“Next game!” Matthews yelled and then smiled. “I’m an awesome player, not a dirty player.”

Price per head services saw that it was the first session that Matthews had with reporters since Harbaugh said on Monday that the linebacker’s hit on Kaepernick was a “clothesline to the neck area when our quarterback’s six, seven feet out of bounds.”

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True Live Betting: QB Brady Quinn released by the Jets

True Live Betting fans found out that on Saturday, the New York Jets decided to release QB Brady Quinn, and have planned to re-sign the player on Monday.

The Jets did not have plans to activate Quinn for Sunday’s season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, so the team decided to cut him before 4 p.m. ET Saturday, which is the deadline when the salaries of the veterans are guaranteed, and True Live Betting fans that follow the team hope that a good move was made.

Price per head services learned that on Monday, the Jets signed Quinn to a $715,000, one-year contract With Mark Sanchez on the sidelines after a shoulder injury. The player is veteran insurance until Sanchez recovers because neither rookie Geno Smith and Matt Simms – the Jets’ other two quarterbacks – played a single snap for the NFL.

Rex Ryan said on Friday that he was most likely going to dress only two QB’s, using Simms as the No. 2 and starting Smith. True Live Betting fans know that the playbook is something new for Quinn, who only had four practices with the team. But at least the player is a six-year veteran, so the Jets are risking it.

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