Donte’ Stallworth said he feels lucky to be alive after suffering severe burns when a hot-air balloon the free-agent wide receiver was riding in with his girlfriend struck power lines two days ago in Florida.
Santana Moss Received HGH From Accused Canadian Doctor, Source Says By Rick Maese and Barry Svrluga May 20 (Washington Post) -- Washington Redskins' receiver Santana Moss was among the professional athletes who received human growth hormone from Canadian doctor Anthony Galea, according to a source familiar with the investigation. On Tuesday, Galea was charged with smuggling and distributing HGH. Moss would not discuss the matter at Redskins Park on Wednesday. "I'll talk about football. I don't know about nothing else," Moss said. "I ain't got nothing to do with nothing that ain't about me." Moss's name was first reported today by the Buffalo News. The newspaper, which cited unidentified sources close to the case in its report, said that at this point federal prosecutors do not intend to file criminal charges against Moss or any other athlete with connections to the doctor.
Former Ohio State University quarterback Terrelle Pryor hired Drew Rosenhaus as his agent, making the player ineligible for collegiate competition and possibly preparing his entry into the National Football League supplemental draft.
Former Ohio State University quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who was at the heart of the scandal that led to the school’s football team vacating all of its wins last season, still doesn’t know if he will be eligible for the National Football League.
Terrell Owens said he plans to return to the National Football League this year after sitting out the 2011 season and fired Drew Rosenhaus as his agent, saying he needs to be represented by someone who “believes in my ability to help an NFL team.”
Former Ohio State University quarterback Terrelle Pryor was banned for the first five games of the National Football League season while being allowed to enter the league’s supplemental draft next week.