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Bet on NFL: Dallas Cowboys get Sean Lee for six more years
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 3 September 2013 01:31
Sean Lee, Dallas Cowboys inside linebacker, spoke about his delight after he extended his contract for six more years, which will keep him at the team until 2019, and the player’s fans, especially those who enjoy making a bet on NFL, could not be any happier.
The linebacker had one year remaining on his original four-year contract, and NFL betting fans remember that in the 2010 Draft he signed as the No 55 overall pick.
Pay per head sportsbooks know that the 27-year-old’s contract extension is worth about $42 million, which depending on play-time incentives, could go up all the way to $51 million.
An ecstatic Lee told the franchise’s official website: “I’m extremely excited. I’m blessed to be drafted by a great franchise like this.
“To have an opportunity to be here for a long time, hopefully we can compete for Super Bowls, it’s fantastic. I’m blessed to be here. I’m very grateful to (the owners) the Joneses and the opportunity they’ve given me.”
Pay per head sportsbooks saw Lee – who is in his three season – start in 21 games, even though fans that bet on NFL know that he only started six last year when his season was interrupted due to toe surgery, and this is reflected in the new extension.
Lee added: “Obviously I’ve had injuries and I’ve said I need to find a way to stay on this field.
“And the contract is extremely fair. If I’m on the field the whole year, I’ll be able to get paid. But if I do have injuries, it protects the Cowboys and I think that’s fantastic, especially with the injuries I’ve dealt with in the past.
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“Hopefully I’ll find a way to be on the field every single year. That’s my goal. So I think it’s extremely fair.”
Price per head services and Lee’s fans that bet on NFL can imagine how excited the player must feel, and are confident that he will continue to be a great addition to the team – helping them to many future victories.