Sportsbook Action

If you like to place bets or wager on sports, there are major websites that welcome members to engage in sports booking a/k/a sports betting. Sportsbook sites are generally not based in the USA. However, the major sites have good reputations and welcome American members to join. When online poker went bust in the USA due to overarching legal issues, many online poker players turned to sports booking as an alternative to employ skills, tactics and strategies utilized in online casino gaming. Sports booking and fantasy team play have also filled in the gap in creating the online camaraderie and adversary which online casino poker players enjoyed at sites such as Full Tilt, Poker Stars, etc.

Members of sports betting sites create accounts to join, then upload funds via different methods to convert these funds to dollars or the currency of their country to place bets and wagers. These sportsbookers have sophisticated software to power their sites along with payment processors and security systems in place. Member experience is exciting and seamless. If you’ve been thinking about joining a sports book site, I’ve been using Bovada to place bets on MMA, boxing, rugby, soccer and NFL games. With Bovada, I had to first obtain a Netspend Visa card in order to upload funds. Many traditional Visa and MasterCard merchant banks will not allow funds to be uploaded to sports betting sites due to the risk of chargebacks. A Netspend Visa is a prepaid Visa you can load at many convenient locations like 7-11’s and major supermarkets. This is an honest opinion from a real Bovada user and Netspend Visa holder!

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Mularkey believes Titans right fit for 3rd time as NFL coach (Jul 28, 2016) – FOXSports.com


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Mularkey believes Titans right fit for 3rd time as NFL coach (Jul 28, 2016)
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FILE - In this May 26, 2016, file photo, Tennessee Titans coach Mike Mularkey watches as players stretch during NFL football practice in Nashville, Tenn. Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk saw enough of Mularkey as he finished the final nine ...

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What we learned: Foles, Fitz riding QB carousel – NFL.com


What we learned: Foles, Fitz riding QB carousel
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Two offseasons ago, Nick Foles was basking in the glow of a Pro Bowl MVP award after posting the best single-season touchdown-to-interception ratio in NFL history. Just after Rams camp opened last summer, Foles landed a two-year contract extension with ...

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Ryan Fitzpatrick, Jets strike one-year contract – NFL.com


Ryan Fitzpatrick, Jets strike one-year contract
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The seemingly endless saga of Ryan Fitzpatrick and the New York Jets has finally ended, just in time for training camp. The Jets agreed to a one-year, $12 million contract with a chance to make $3 million more based on team performance NFL Media ...
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AP Source: Coughlin to Join NFL’s Operations Staff – New York Times


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AP Source: Coughlin to Join NFL's Operations Staff
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Coughlin won 170 games in his 20 years as an NFL head coach, including the 2007 and 2011 league championships when the Giants beat the Patriots in Super Bowls. He also was the original coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars and got them into the playoffs ...
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NFL POWER RANKINGS: Where all 32 teams stand going into training camp – Business Insider


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NFL POWER RANKINGS: Where all 32 teams stand going into training camp
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This week, teams across the league reported for training camp. You know what that means! Soon enough, we'll learn about quarterback battles, impressive rookies, wonky drills, and players appearing to be in the Best Shape Of Their Lives. Then, on August ...

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Aqib Talib, DeMarcus Ware to start camp on NFI list – NFL.com


Aqib Talib, DeMarcus Ware to start camp on NFI list
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NFL Media's James Palmer reported Wednesday that Talib will start camp on the NFL non-football injury list, per sources informed of his progress. John Elway later confirmed the news. Elway added that DeMarcus Ware was also placed on the NFI list.

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Dallas Cowboys face fine for three suspended players – NFL.com


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Dallas Cowboys face fine for three suspended players
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Last season, any franchise with three suspended players was forced to pay that much, per the NFL's remittance policy. The fine isn't expected to be reduced in 2016, leaving Dallas on the hook to pay a portion of the suspended players' salaries based on ...
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Inside Training Camp Live: Kawann Short a team player – NFL.com


Inside Training Camp Live: Kawann Short a team player
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Well, we know one person who won't make the 53-man roster post-preseason: NFL Media's Jeff Darlington. At Eagles camp in Philadelphia, Darlington took on a blocking sled and lost. See for yourself above... ยป Wednesday begins with respect for Mother ...

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2016 all-retirement team: 22-man roster of NFL players who retired – ESPN


2016 all-retirement team: 22-man roster of NFL players who retired
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This old-timers' game is going to be epic. The amount of star talent retiring from the NFL this offseason has grown into a stellar 22-man roster that might still make the playoffs as the league's 33rd team in 2016. Hey, it's not too late.

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Pro Football|NFL-Backed Youth Program Says It Reduced Concussions. The Data Disagrees. – New York Times


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Pro Football|NFL-Backed Youth Program Says It Reduced Concussions. The Data Disagrees.
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Representatives of U.S.A. Football and the N.F.L. said in interviews that they had been unaware that their claims of Heads Up Football's effectiveness were unsupported by the study, which was conducted by the Datalys Center for Sports Injury Research ...
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