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NFL Betting: Brandon Marshall signs contract extension with the Bears
By Andrew Scott Monday, 9 June 2014 07:51
Brandon Marshall, wide receiver for the Chicago Bears, made a $30 million, three-year extension with the team, and NFL betting fans were surprised to see that the deal was signed on national television.
Pay per head sportsbooks learned that on Monday, Marshall signed the deal on ABC’s “The View”, and NFL betting fans were delighted when they found out that the player will donate $1 million to benefit the mental health care community.
The player tweeted:
3 year 30 million dollar extension. 1,000,000 million dollar pledge to The Mental health Community…. http://t.co/t5HFNZKIYl
– Machine Marshall (@BMarshall) May 19, 2014
Price per head services remember that in 2011, the player revealed that he was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. The 230-pound, 6-foot-4 Marshall has a history of problems off the field, but the Bears aren’t complaining, and neither are many NFL betting fans.
The player had one $10 million season left on his current contract. According to a source, he will get a guaranteed $23 million with his new deal.
In an interview with WSCR-AM 670 on Monday morning, general manager Phil Emery didn’t say that an extension was about to happen, but he highly praised his star receiver, and pay per head sportsbooks can clearly see why.
“A great player,” he said. “Obviously a player we’d like to have here for the long term. He is healthy. He feels great.”
Marshall, who in a 2012 trade with the Miami Dolphins was acquired by Chicago, made the Pro Bowl in both of his seasons with the Bears. Football betting fans saw that in 2012, the player had 118 receptions, and 100 in 2013. Pay per head sportsbooks can see that those totals are the top two receiving seasons in the history of the Bears, and Marshall is the only player in the history of the franchise to make back-to-back 100-catch seasons.
NFL betting fans found out that he also turned out to be the first player to have seasons in a row of double-digit touchdown receptions, with 12 made in 2013 and 11 in 2012.
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Marshall has 57 touchdowns and 712 receptions for 9,050 yards since he was drafted in the fourth round by the Denver Broncos in 2006. Football betting fans everywhere are confident that he’ll do a great job when the season begins, and will closely follow his progress.