A Minnesota judge has said he won’t schedule a trial during the season so it is likely that both players will be able to make an impact in NFL odds this year. That is good news for the Vikings in terms of NFL betting odds.
NFL betting odds at the online sportsbook on the Vikings have been up and down this off-season, especially with the Brett Favre rumors. The Vikings NFL betting odds have gone up since Favre announced he was staying retired and they could have gone up further had the Williams’ been suspended. The Vikings open up the NFL betting odds season on September 13th in Cleveland. Minnesota is a small NFL odds favorite at the sportsbook in their road opener.
Kevin and Pat Williams were suspended four games each last year for taking a banned substance as NFL betting odds tell us. They filed a lawsuit against the league and they seem to have a strong case since the substance was a diuretic they were using. NFL betting odds tells us that the attorney that is representing the two players said his clients have “truly suffered from what the NFL has done to them."
NFL odds info shows that both Kevin Williams and Pat Williams have had to deal with this situation for a long time but they have not let it affect their practices. "I just keep on praying on it. That's all I'm going to do. Whatever happens happens," Pat Williams said.
The NFL wants the suspension to begin with the regular season NFL odds opener but that now seems unlikely. The big issue as NFL betting odds information tells us is that the NFL didn’t tell players that StarCaps, the diuretic that the Williams’ were taking contained a banned substance. The NFL is saying that players are responsible for what they take. NFL betting odds tell us that the entire case has been a mess from the NFL’s perspective.
The status of the Williams’ is as important as anything else for the Vikings in NFL betting odds. Minnesota defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier just wants to put all of this behind him and have his two starters for the entire NFL betting odds season.