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So are NFL writers going to be pricks to players from this era like baseball writers have been? I mean, Clay Matthews may play a HOF-level career, but he played college ball with known PED user Brian Cushing, so HOW DO WE KNOW? Did Mathews stand up and say something about PED use at the time? What is to explain how a former walk-on becomes a Pro Bowl NFL linebacker? QUESTIONS ABOUND.
There's at least one possible Hall-of-Famer who was suspended for PED use a decade ago. I wonder if anyone even notices when he hits the ballot.
So are NFL writers going to be pricks to players from this era like baseball writers have been?
Doubt it; isn't is just assumed that the vast majority of football players are juicing, one way or another?
In baseball, some cheaters break some records, and there's not enough ink to write about it.
In football, some cheaters contribute to brain damage and death, and there's not a word said about it.
The other night, Fergie Jenkins (I think) added credence to the rumor that there's an HOF-inducted juicer who played in the 80's and 90's.
He did no such thing. He merely repeated the rumor.
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