Michael Crabtree holds full practice at training camp

Michael CrabtreeThe San Francisco 49ers’ NFL betting fans were able to breathe a sigh of relief when Michael Crabtree showed up and held full practice at training camp, and many fans out there, to not mention pay per head agents, hope to see the player in very good shape when the regular season gets underway.

Football betting fans were very excited to see that on Friday, at Levi’s Stadium, in front of about 10,000 fans, the receiver who many NFL betting fans admire for his amazing plays was able to hold full practice for the very first time since July 30 after working out on Wednesday. Pay per head agents saw that a hamstring injury put the player on the sidelines.

Crabtree was doing a great job before his injury, and NFL betting fans learned that on Friday the receiver again appeared to be in very good shape. The player had no choice but to miss last season’s first 11 games due to a torn Achilles tendon. Pay per head agents remember very well when he suffered this injury in May 2013. Crabtree said that he now weighs about 215 pounds after 230 last season because the injury got in the way of his workouts.

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“I was fast enough to be on the field, but I wasn’t me,” said the player. “All I can do is do all I can do to get this receiver-quarterback connection the best it can be. I’m trying to go to the top. I’m trying to be one of the best out here.”

Price per head services following the 49ers believe that many NFL betting fans must be knocking on wood, as they hope to see Crabtree fully fit for the new season that’s just around the corner. A hamstring injury like the one suffered by Crabtree can seriously get in the way of things, but the player’s fans and pay per head agents are very optimistic to see him shine when the season gets underway.