Power-Hungry NFL All Wrong to Demand Players Talk About Recanted PED Accusations

August 17, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

What you're about to read isn't science fiction. It's not an alternate universe, football's equivalent of The Man in the High Castle. It's something that could now actually happen...
It's early in the season and training camps are just beginning. In one city, a man decides he wants to wreck the life of a star player on a team he hates.
He contacts a local television station. The man tells the station that he provided the starting quarterback with a variety of performance-enhancing drugs, including anabolic steroids.
The man has no proof—no paper trail, no emails, no video. But his story is convincing. The local station goes to the quarterback for his side and the quarterback says it's not true. Never heard of the guy. Never used PEDs. The station decides to air the interview.
The story is picked up on blogs and trends on Twitter. The union issues a denial on behalf of the quarterback.
The man later alters his story and says he didn't mean what he sai...

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