The HGH wave has barely arrived, and I feel we are just at the tip of the iceberg. With that said, it was only a matter of time until questions would be posted towards the team and organization. The reports state that the detainment of Dr. Anthony Galea, a Canadian physician, arrived in DC to visit with a Redskins player.
Today at Redskins Park, the team was participating in their third day of their first session of OTAs. Today, the team was made available for the media.
“We really don’t know,” linebacker Andre Carter said. “But if that day does come up, and they discuss who the suspect is, we’ll plan accordingly. But regardless, if he did or didn’t make that mistake, he’s still family. We won’t turn our backs on him. We just got to go along with it.”
“It’s kind of disappointing, as far as that whole deal goes,” receiver Malcolm Kelly said. “A lot of people are accused of doing it all the time. To come out now when we’re out trying to get everything together, it’s just another distraction.”
“There’s no excuse,” Daniels said. “Every guy knows that we can’t use that. Every guy knows that. You know if you’re using it, that ain’t a good thing.
“Any other supplement that you use – I can see something over the counter, that you bought at the store, you get tested and you come up positive. That’s different. You didn’t know it was in there. But HGH, you know what that is. You know what that is. There’s really no excuse.”
“We’ll let the due process take care of itself,” Shanahan said. “But I’m not going to answer to every type of question that comes – some doctor comes to town and supposedly is seeing a player. The NFL is on top of all those things. If there’s any validity to it, they will contact me and contact our organization, which they have not done.”