Football betting numbers tell us that two of the best wide receivers in NFL history, Jerry Rice and Cris Carter are among the instructors in Fitzgerald’s camp that has some of the best players inthe NFL taking part.
The current players in the league can always learn something from someone like Rice or Carter. Football betting info tells us that some of the wide receivers in the camp are Denver’s Brandon Marshall, Tampa Bay’s Michael Clayton, Buffalo’s Lee Evans, Green Bay’s Greg Jennings, Minnesota’s Sidney Rice and Cleveland rookie Brian Robiskie.
It is not only wide receivers that are at this camp as football odds numbers show. Cornerbacks Malcolm Jenkins and DeAngelo Hall are in attendance as sports betting information shows. Tight ends Matt Spaeth and Dominque Byrd are at the camp. Even linebacker James Laurinaitis is at the camp. It is possible that quarterback Tony Romo will be at the camp next week as football odds info tells us. “Larry hit me up a couple of days ago and was like, ‘Hey, let’s get back to old times,’” says DeAngelo Hall, “I was like, hell yeah. It’s good to have players out here who can definitely make you work and get you better. That’s why when he ran down the list of some of the guys that were coming, I was like, I’m there.”
The instruction by Carter and Rice is invaluable to the receivers in the NFL, even the best receivers who impact football betting lines. “Everyone at this level has athletic talent. You need more than that to make it.” Carter said. Lee Evans is considered one of the best players in the world and he can impact football odds. “It’s an opportunity for me to get a chance to come out here and see some of the things that they do, to work with Cris Carter a little bit and see how he sees things, just be around the guys,” said Evans.
Fitzgerald is considered the best receiver in the NFL as online sports betting info shows and one that can impact football betting odds and it is not by accident. “Complacency is a terrible thing to have in our business,” said Fitzgerald. “Todd Haley talked to me about that our first year together. It’s kind of the worst thing you can ever have in sports -- complacency in losing, complacency in winning. You must never forget the hard work that it takes to be successful out there.”