The National Football League may still be in the offseason, but the news cycle never stops as NFL bettors continually prepare for the new season by staying well-informed. Right now, teams are busy in their training camps sharpening their skills as they wait for the pre-season games and the much-awaited 2015 NFL football betting season.
Teams have done all they can to secure the signature of key players and strengthen their squads. And in necessary cases, trades have been done to connect the right talents with teams that need them most. To mention a few, former Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh signed a blockbuster $114 million deal with the Miami Dolphins, the likes of Byron Maxwell, Jared Odrick, and Pernell McPhee found big paydays, while Darrelle Revis opted to return to New York for a second stint with the Jets and a $70 million deal. Even so, dust has not quite settled on some players and their contracts as we enter the Training Camp. Examples here include free agents Reggie Wayne and Ray Rice, who are yet to find new homes. As the weekend action gets underway, it will be important to keep an ear out on any developments regarding such contracts since they could have a huge effect on the team rosters and how players will lineup in the preseason games or even in the new season.
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