Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Briggs cleared for action

Lance BriggsPay per head sportsbooks saw that Lance Briggs, Chicago Bears linebacker, got rid of one obstacle on Friday when he received medical clearance to play at Philadelphia on Sunday.

Coach Marc Trestman said that the linebacker will be listed as questionable, so it is still not clear if he will play against the Eagles, and pay per head sportsbooks would like to see what’s next for the player.

“I’m very optimistic,” Trestman said. “He practiced for three days. He’s been cleared by the doctors. We’ll list him as questionable up until game time. He’ll work out before the game, and we’ll see where he’s at. But I wouldn’t want to say that he’s gonna play, he’s gonna start. I think that’s still 48 hours away. But certainly we began the week fully optimistic [and are] even more now since he’s been cleared by the doctors.”

Briggs held full practice on Friday after he worked in a limited capacity on Wednesday and Thursday. The coach said that the decision on whether Briggs will play or not will largely depend on his comfort level, an price per head services hope that he feels good enough for action.

Briggs, who was out for the last eight weeks due to a shoulder fracture at Washington on October 20th, was uncertain on Friday about being able to make a difference on Sunday, saying, “I don’t want to get out there and hurt us.”

Trestman said that he’s not sure about the amount of snaps Briggs would play if he can go, and added that there wouldn’t be any expectations about his production level.

Pay per head sportsbooks know that the Bears go into Sunday’s game ranked No. 32 against the run, and the Eagles field the NFL’s top-ranked rushing attack (152.9 yards per game), which are led by LeSean McCoy.

Through the first seven games before his injury, the player had 75 tackles, and pay per head sportsbooks saw that his stats include two sacks, two forced fumbles, two pass breakups, and nine tackles for losses.

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“I want him to feel good about it,” Trestman said. “Once you’re cleared by the doctors, then a part of it is, ‘How are you feeling? [Are] there any residuals that have come up since we’ve traveled?’ So the trainers are a part of that evaluation, and certainly the information [Briggs] gives us about where he’s at mentally and emotionally is a big part of it.”