On line sports gambling handicappers will have to re-evaluate the Eagles gambling sports offense for 2010 as running back Brian Westbrook was released on February 24. Westbrook was one of the most important on line sports gambling assets in the Eagles attack over the past nine seasons but has been injury plagued the past two gambling sports campaigns and the Eagles wanted an element of certainty for the 2010 sportsgambling season.
Westbrook could not be reached for comment after the on line sports gambling announcement. Westbrook was a local hero that played college ball at Villanova. He missed half of the on line sports gambling schedule in 2009 and ran for only 274 yards and 1 touchdown for the season.
His best on line sports gambling season was 2007 when he rushed for 1333 yards and 7 touchdowns while also catching 90 passes for 5 TD’s. Westbrook ends his Philadelphia on line sports gambling career with 5995 yards rushing, a strong 4.6 yards per carry average, and 71 rushing touchdowns.
Westbrook was also a great receiver out of the backfield and finished his Eagle on line sports gambling career with 426 catches for 3790 yards and 29 touchdowns. Westbrook’s agent, Todd France, says that the running back wants to play in the 2010 on line sports gambling season and that he believes he has a lot to offer a team.
France said several teams were already in contact about bringing Westbrook on board. Head coach Andy Reid said that the Eagles wanted to give Westbrook the opportunity to catch on with another team if he chose to do so.
A few weeks prior to the official announcement, Westbrook was quoted as saying that he believed he might be released for younger and less expensive talent but that he still wanted to play somewhere. Eagles president Joe Banner said that Westbrook, “will certainly go down as one of the greatest Eagles of all time.”