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Football fans in three states legally bet almost on the Super

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Bowl this year Ryquell Armstead Jersey , with sportsbooks ending Sunday with mixed results and Nevada operators seeing the first drop in the total amount wagered on the game since 2015.The game between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams was the first major professional sporting event to be posted on the boards of sportsbooks outside Nevada. All opened after the U.S. Supreme Court ended a federal ban on wagering on sports last year.Figures released Monday by gambling regulators in Nevada show people wagered $145.94 million at the state’s 200 sportsbooks, $12.65 million less than in 2018. Sportsbooks operators in New Jersey accepted about $34.9 million in wagers and lost money, while in Mississippi, fans bet around $4.67 million at non-tribal casinos.“I would characterize it as a solid day. It wasn’t a bad day or a great day; it was right in the middle,” said Jay Kornegay, vice president of race and sports book operations at Westgate Las Vegas Superbook.Nevada’s effective monopoly on sports betting ended last spring, when the Supreme Court ruled the ban should be lifted. Casinos in seven other states — Rhode Island, Delaware, Mississippi, New Jersey, Pennsylvania http://www.jaguarscheapshop.com/cheap-a ... -ii-jersey , West Virginia and New Mexico — now accept wagers on sports. The list is expected to grow by next year.New Jersey gambling regulators said sportsbooks lost $4.6 million when they paid $39.5 million to those who won bets. Many gamblers backed the Patriots, who beat the Rams 13-3 and covered the spread of 2 1/2 points.Super Bowl Sunday “was by far our biggest day ever in New Jersey in terms of handle,” said Joe Asher, CEO of William Hill US, which runs sportsbooks at two casinos and a racetrack in New Jersey as well as dozens of sportsbooks in Nevada. “It was really good.”He said William Hill’s take for the day “was pretty much break even win/loss. We couldn’t be more pleased overall — the retail locations were strong, especially the Ocean Resort Casino, which had an unbelievable crowd.”DraftKings, which runs mobile wagering in New Jersey along with an in-person lounge at Resorts casino, also set a new record for the amount wagered. Spokesman James Chisholm said the company paid out about $11 million in winning bets to customers, “and took a small, barely seven-figure loss.”The Westgate lost on the game itself Marquise Brown Jersey , but did well on proposition bets — wagers on unique and various outcomes offered starting a few days ahead of the game — and on futures bets, which allow gamblers to wager on outcomes way in advance. Some bettors picked the Rams to win the title at the start of the season, for example, and lost their bet on Sunday.But one particular proposition bet had operators sweating. The Westgate and William Hill offered 500-1 and 300-1 odds respectively on no team scoring a touchdown.The game’s lone touchdown happened with seven minutes left on the fourth quarter.“We would have been carried off on a stretcher if it hit,” Asher said of the proposition bet. RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Veteran Tony Bergstrom deadpanned the rumor is Trent Williams’ holdout will be very short-lived.“That’s the rumor going around between me and the guy next to me in the locker room: ‘Trent will be here tomorrow, right?'” Bergstrom said.Williams didn’t report to training camp because of a contract dispute, and the standout left tackle’s uncertain status is the biggest question of many facing the Washington Redskins over the next several weeks. This camp will be defined by his absence and the three-way quarterback competition among first-round pick Dwayne Haskins, trade acquisition Case Keenum and longtime backup Colt McCoy.Coach Jay Gruden said Thursday he had no update on Williams. Team President Bruce Allen earlier this month said Williams “should be” at camp and expressed no concern over the situation.“It’s weird not to have him here,” linebacker Ryan Kerrigan said after the first practice of camp. “Obviously I hope everything works out and that he’s back here because he’s not only an elite offensive tackle, he is the best offensive tackle in the game. … We need him on this team http://www.ravensfootballauthentics.com ... -authentic , and I hope he’s back here sooner than later.”Williams, 31, is arguably Washington’s most important player. He has started 119 games over his nine-year NFL career, and the offensive line the past two seasons has struggled to compensate without him.Not having big No. 71 on the field at camp is a gaping hole that’s almost impossible to ignore.“If one guy is not here, you have to find someone that can replace him,” tight end Vernon Davis said. “It’s going to be hard to find someone to replace Trent. We all know how good he is.”That job for now belongs to Ereck Flowers, a 2015 top-10 pick who didn’t live up to expectations with the New York Giants and was signed to compete for the starting left guard job.“We brought Ereck Flowers in here to be an offensive lineman,” Gruden said. “The initial idea was to play him at guard but also understanding that he has the ability to play at both right and left tackle. … If need be, we can put him back outside at tackle no problem.”Starting center Chase Roullier also missed practice Thursday with injury, continuing an unsettling trend. Blocking for whoever wins the QB competition is a key after offensive line injuries contributed to derailing the 2017 and 2018 seasons.That looks like a wide-open race. Keenum, acquired in a trade with Denver Miles Boykin Jersey , got the initial snaps with the first-team offense, though all three impressed in team drills.“Today was a hell of a day for all of them,” wide receiver Paul Richardson said. “I caught passes from all of them. I warmed up with all of them. I think it’s going to be a healthy competition. I’m anxious to see how those guys work with each other and push each other.”Where Keenum figures to be the slight favorite to earn Washington’s Week 1 starting job, Jon Bostic has that distinction at middle linebacker after the surprising release of Mason Foster on the eve of camp. Bostic went from under-the-radar signing to calling the defensive plays on Day 1 in the past couple of months, but doesn’t want the focus put on him with Foster gone.“We’ve got to look at it as a linebacker group,” Bostic said. “We’ve got a good group. We’ve got a lot of guys that can do a lot of different things, and going forward we’ve got to keep growing as a linebacker group and be the best linebacker group we can be to help improve our defense.”The cohesion of that defense is another major question facing the Redskins after the unit plunged from first to 16th in the league last season. Changes were made to the coaching staff in light of the drop in production, and talent was added in the form of safety Landon Collins and rookie edge rusher Montez Sweat, so defensive coordinator Greg Manusky is now under the microscope.“I think the big thing is as a teacher and as a coordinator is to make sure everyone’s on the same page,” Gruden said. “It’s all about communication on defense. I think we have enough firepower talent-wise to hold our own.”

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