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NFL Betting: Patriots sanitise their training facility after MRSA scare
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 3 September 2013 01:48
The New England Patriots’ training camp was recently treated to erase any possible existence of MRSA, a serious and potentially dangerous staph infection that earlier this month also threatened the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and many NFL betting fans were glad to learn that team acted quickly to get rid of any risks.
Pay per head sportsbooks found out that two weeks ago, New England hosted Tampa Bay for joint training camp practices and scrimmages, and according to a source, after the Bucs returned to Tampa Bay and news came out that two of their players were infected with MRSA, the Patriots had the visiting locker room professionally sanitised.
According to the source, the Patriots also sanitised equipment that Tampa Bay used during their practices with New England.
Pay per head sportsbooks know that MRSA is a dangerous and powerful bacteria which happens to be resistant to penicillin-type treatment.
The Patriots did not come across any potential MRSA cases with any of the players in its organisation. The team wanted to do everything they could to make sure that there were no remnants of MRSA, and football betting fans know how important this is, considering the dangers of the bacteria.
The Buccaneers held practice at the Patriots’ training facility in mid-August before the teams played a preseason game on August 16.
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Price per head services were very concerned when they found out that Lawrence Tynes, Buccaneers kicker, recently received surgery on a toe that was diagnosed with a MRSA infection. On Wednesday, Tynes’ wife took to Twitter to counter the Bucs’ claim that her husband was “responding well” to the treatment, and NFL betting fans everywhere wish the player a very quick recovery.
NFL betting fans know that there are very big reasons for concern when it comes to the health risks imposed by the bacteria, but are pleased to know that things are getting sorted out in the best possible manner, and hopefully this problem will not become any bigger.