Carlin Isles, who is a United States rugby sevens team member and very well known with pay per head sportsbooks for his amazing speed, signed on Detroit’s practice squad as a wide receiver after trying out earlier this week with the team.
According to the Detroit Free Press, the player ran the 40-yard dash in 4.22 seconds during his workout this week with the Lions, and price per head services know that with this speed the player could fit right in with the team.
“You’re looking for athletes,” Lions coach Jim Schwartz said. “It hasn’t been unusual to see basketball players transition to the NFL, and it’s not just recently; that goes way back.
And price per head services are pretty sure that an athlete with his speed and ability could turn out to be a perfect addition to the Lions.
“Even track guys like Bob Hayes and Renaldo Nehemiah — things like that. An athlete’s an athlete, and there are skills you can develop, and if you see something that you like, then you can work with him.”
Pay per head sportsbooks learned that before moving to rugby, Isles ran track and played football at Ashland University – a Division II school.
RugbyMag.com said that the player is “the fastest man in American rugby,” and he became a sensation in YouTube due to his speed.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that the practice squad spot was opened up when the Lions promoted practice squad tight end Matt Veldman to the 53-man roster and sent tight end Dorin Dickerson to injured reserve.
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Dickerson hid a concussion from the Lions after he was hit in the second half of Sunday’s 23-20 overtime loss to the New York Giants, and price per head sportsbooks found out that in overtime the player was then diagnosed with a concussion.