That means that after this season, Ingram will turn into a free agent, and pay per head sportsbooks wonder what’s next for the player.
However, price per head services believe that it does not mean that New Orleans gave up on Ingram. They’re still high on the potential of the first-round draft choice from Alabama and former Heisman Trophy winner – especially after a very good finish to the 2013 season.
But pay per head sportsbooks know that it would have cost $5.2 million to extend the player through the 2015 season, which exceeds the going rate for free agent running backs these days in the league. And Ingram is a part-time RB who is expected to share the load this season with Khiry Robinson and Pierre Thomas.
So far, pay per head sportsbooks saw that the player’s three-year career in the NFL was a something of a roller coaster ride due to inconsistency and injuries. In 37 regular-season games, Ingram ran for 1,462 yards with 11 touchdowns, and the player’s fans were very happy to see last season he had a strong fisnish with 249 yards over his last four games, which include a touchdown and 18 carries for 97 yards in the Saints’ 26-24 playoff win at Philadelphia.
Pay per head sportsbooks remember that in 2011, New Orleans had two first-round draft choices – they snatched defensive end Cameron Jordan at No. 24 overall with their original pick, then they traded up to get Ingram with the 28th pick.
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Pay per head sportsbooks saw that last month, the Saints did exercise their fifth-year option on Jordan, which came at a $6.969 million price tag for the 2015 season.
Ingram’s fans can’t wait to find out what will happen with the player, and pay per head sportsbooks will closely follow developments.