The safety who’s very famous with pay per head services, spent 12 seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, for whom he started in 162 games and recorded 27 interceptions, 25½ sacks, 885 tackles, 15 forced fumbles, and 99 pass breakups.
Price per head sportsbooks know that Wilson is one of 13 players to register 20 or more sacks and 20 or more interceptions in their career since sacks turned into an official statistic in 1982.
The Cardinals released the player on March 8, 2013, and he eventually signed a three-year deal with the New England Patriots. But pay per head services remember very well when last summer, Wilson suffered a season-ending Achilles injury, and in 2013 he wasn’t able to play in a regular-season game. Wilson was released in April by the Patriots.
Chicago’s safety position is not at all settled. In free agency, the team signed Ryan Mundy to a two-year deal, and price per head sportsbooks saw that after letting former starter Major Wright leave through free agency, they drafted Brock Vereen in the fourth-round out of Minnesota.
Vereen and Mundy took the first-team reps in the Bears’ veteran mandatory minicamp that was recently completed. Danny McCray, Craig Steltz, Chris Conte, and M.D. Jennings are also in the hunt to earn places in the roster at safety, but pay per head services saw that in much of the offseason program, Steltz and Conte were on the sidelines due to injuries.
Steltz is expected to be ready for the start of training camp, and it isn’t clear when Conte will have medical clearance to return from shoulder surgery during the offseason.
Price per head sportsbooks also found out that on Monday, Chicago signed tight end Jeron Mastrud to a one-year deal. Mastrud started for the Oakland Raiders in 12 games last year and he caught six passes for 88 yards.
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The 255-pound, 6-foot-6 tight end played from 2010 to 2012 for the Miami Dolphins.