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JazzSports Rewards $50 Free Play to Qualifying Bettors due to Luck's Early Retirement

Jazzsports give $50 reward luck retirementFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 28, 2019

JAZZ Sports Headquarters

San Jose, Costa Rica - In view of the recent news pertaining to the early retirement of NFL star and Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck, JAZZ Sports has announced the special grant of a $50 Free Play reward to all those players with submitted wagers on the aforementioned, in the MVP Odds category.

JAZZ Sports deeply laments the untimely end of Luck’s flourishing career, but it also wishes to reassure its customers of its commitment to the best business practices, by voiding all previously-entered bets on the Colts’ leading man.

Lastly, JAZZ would like to invite any affected players to contact their customer service hotline (at 855-910-3888) in order to request their special benefit

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NFL Commissioner wants a New Collective Bargaining Agreement

NFL Commissioner wants a New Collective Bargaining AgreementAccording to rumor, the NFL has been looking for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement by the start of the football season. However, the rumor is now over as football betting news websites said that Commissioner Roger Goodell just made it official. Thus, NFL Commissioner wants a New Collective Bargaining Agreement as soon as possible.

According to an interview on CNBC, Goodell said that “Our intent is to make sure we have a Collective Bargaining Agreement, we’ve been in it for eight years”. It’s worked very well, mainly for our fans but also for our players and our clubs, and so we have the structure of a system that works quite well.”

In addition, he said that “We’re continuing that dialogue, there are obviously changes we all want on both sides, and I think those are things that’ll improve us and try to make the Collective Bargaining [Agreement] continue to be successful for all the parties, and I hope we’ll do that.”

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2018 NFL Mock Draft

 

2018 NFL Mock DraftThe 2018 NFL draft is just three weeks away and NFL fans, coaches and sportsbooks are making predictions.  During this time of the year, pre-draft rumors are abundant in the news, sports forums and on the street.  The NFL draft rumors vary from reasonable predictions to just wild and crazy ones. In our 2018 NFL Mock Draft, we will do our best to make some decent calls as to which team will adopt which player!

Quarterbacks are always a hot topic when it comes to the NFL Draft. In addition, several names have already been headline news on several sports betting news outlets.  One of them has been about the Browns meeting with Baker Mayfield, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen and Sam Darnold.

Our verdict is that even though Mayfield, Allen and Darnold all have what it takes to join the Browns, Rosen will be the first one called to the podium.  This is because Rosen has it all from having a strong arm to just being a better fit with Cleveland.

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Super Bowl 53: The Favorites

superbowl 53Remember the 41-33 win of the Philadelphia Eagles against the New England Patriots last Super Bowl LII? You could relive that experience again this year, according to Vegas. Sportsbook favorites point to the Eagles and the Patriots to win the Lombardi Trophy for the 2018 season. If you have read through your bookie pay per head reviews, then you know how much money you can earn from the NFL. And the action is already building up.

New England is currently at +650, with Philadelphia at +850. The LA Rams are 10/1. With Pittsburgh, Green Bay and Minnesota are at 12/1. New Orleans is at 16/1. For a team that did not reach the postseason before, the Green Bay Packers are enjoying great odds.

Super Bowl Preseason Favorites: The Eagles and The Patriots

Perhaps there is confidence in Aaron Rodgers and what the signal-caller can do this season. New England, meanwhile, has won the AFC East 15 times already. This was in the same span of the time that the Patriots have made it to the Super Bowl in 3 out of 4 most recent seasons. Even more, in 8 out of 17 seasons in total.

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How Much Will Attending Super Bowl LII Cost You

How Much Will Attending Super Bowl LII Cost YouIt’s that time of the year again when two NFL teams are about to battle it out to earn the title of NFL Champion.  This year the New England Patriots will be taking on the Philadelphia Eagles on February 4, 2018 at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota.  The Patriots are the favorite at -5 and for those still hoping to score some last minute Super Bowl tickets, be ready to open your wallet.  Here is the estimate on how much will attending Super Bowl LII cost you this year.

It seems like every year the cost of attending the Super Bowl keeps getting higher.  However, to many, the cost does not matter as much as the experience of witnessing history.

We will start with the prices of tickets and work our way down to associated cost with going to the Super Bowl which include, cost of transportation cost, lodging and expenses.

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Stance of the NFL on Legalized Sports Betting

 

Roger Goodell makes a statement about the Stance of the NFL on Legalized Sports BettingIn the aftermath of the Supreme Court Ruling about legalized sports betting, sports organizations have been vocal about the ruling.  On Monday, NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell had his say about the Stance of the NFL on Legalized Sports Betting.

 In his statement, Goodell expressed his opinion that legalized sport betting should be governed by the federal government.   In addition, he suggested to Congress that they should enact “Four Core Principles” for sports gambling.

According to his statement which reiterated their previous stand on sports betting:

”(We) are prepared to address these changes in a thoughtful and comprehensive way, including substantial education and compliance trainings for our clubs, players, employees and partners,” he said. ”These efforts include supporting common sense legislation that protects our players, coaches and fans and maintains public confidence in our games.”

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Giants Fire Marc Ross on Gettleman’s First Day on the Job

Giants Fire Marc Ross on Gettleman’s First Day on the JobBack in July of 2017, Dave Gettleman was fired as the head coach for the Carolina Panthers. A few months later, he was back in the news after being hired as the new General Manager of the New York Giants. Yesterday, in his first press conference, Gettleman announced that the Giants fired Marc Ross after 11 seasons with them.

Ross joined the Giants as the man in charge of college drafting. He quickly rose up the ladder and five years later became the Vice President of player evaluation. Before he joined the Giants, Ross worked for the Buffalo Bills and the Philadelphia Eagles. Even though both men had to part ways, Gettleman only had good things to say about Ross.

"I worked with Marc when I was with the organization before," Gettleman said in a statement. "I have great respect for him and high regard for his work. Clearly, we're going in a different direction, but that doesn't make these kinds of decisions any easier."

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