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.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III had surgery today on his right knee and may be ready for the 2013 National Football League season, according to the doctor who performed the operation.
Robert Griffin III may start for the Washington Redskins against the Minnesota Vikings in three days if he continues to show no signs of a concussion following a hit in his last National Football League game.