Jones' ex-husband told feds she used steroids during 2000 Games
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The San Francisco Chronicle reports the
ex-husband of three-time Olympic champion Marion Jones told federal
investigators that Jones was using banned performance-enhancing
drugs during the 2000 Games in Sydney where she won five medals.
The newspaper said C.J. Hunter told Internal Revenue Service
investigators pursuing the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative case
that he personally injected his then-wife with banned substances
and saw Jones inject herself with the drugs at their home in
George making free agent visit to Cowboys
IRVING, Texas (AP) - Eddie George's first visit as a free agent
will be with the Dallas Cowboys on Friday.
Agent Lamont Smith said it's no coincidence that George's first
trip since the running back was released by the Tennessee Titans is
to Dallas. Smith told the Associated Press "It's an indication of his
priority." Smith said it didn't matter who made the first call but both
sides were very interested in getting a deal done quickly.
McNair wins a round in DUI case
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Prosecutors seeking a D-U-I conviction
against Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve Mc-Nair received a blow
today. Davidson County Criminal Court Judge Cheryl Blackburn ruled the
arresting officer didn't have sufficient basis to pull him over.
She granted Mc-Nair's request to suppress all evidence relating
to the reason for the May 2003 stop. The judge said officer Shawn Taylor's observations did not provide facts that the player was driving under the influence. Prosecutors have said previously that if this ruling went against them, they probably would lose the case.
Fulmer's safety at SEC Media Days concerns UT
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - University of Tennessee athletic
director Mike Hamilton says football coach Phillip Fulmer hasn't
mentioned any physical threats from Alabama.
Still, Hamilton told The Associated Press today he wouldn't be
surprised if Fulmer had received some. Tennessee officials are concerned about their coach's safety at next week's Southeastern Conference media days in Birmingham. Fulmer gave information to N-C-A-A officials investigating recruiting violations at Alabama four years ago, and summaries of his interviews with the N-C-A-A were released in January. Fulmer says coaches are vulnerable to backlash from fans
whenever they appear in public or at a game.
Man I don't think she's on no steriods or whateva Even though in 2000 she like won every single event and she was Running like a crackhead from a DrugDealer that she owes 10 dollars too.. But i think she's very talented fuck what her husbands say's....
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