NFL: All players implicated by Al Jazeera will be interviewed, including Peyton Manning

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Recent reports regarding the NFL’s intention to interview players implicated by the Al Jazeera PED documentary omitted reference to retired quarterback Peyton Manning. Some (me) thought this arose simply from the fact that Manning is no longer a member of the NFL Players Association, and thus not part of the push-and-pull and back-and-forth between the NFL and the NFL Players Association as the interviews are arranged.

On Monday, Peter King of TheMMQB.com dropped this intriguing nugget into his column when addressing recent developments in the PED probe: “As for Peyton Manning, since he’s retired, the league doesn’t plan to interview him—though for the sake of transparency and full disclosure, it would be a good idea if the league did.”

Via email, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told PFT that all players will be interviewed, including the retired one.

It makes sense, for a variety of reasons. First, it’s the right thing to do. Second, it would be awkward if, for example, the NFL found that the Al Jazeera report was credible as to the active players but had no ultimate comment on whether the report accurately implicated the retired player.

Third, Manning already has said he’ll cooperate. With many believing that Manning eventually will return to the NFL as an executive with a team, there can be no loose ends from his playing days.

Of course, Manning sitting for an “it’s all lies” investigation is a far cry from a full-blown, turn-every-rock effort to obtain all relevant records from the Guyer Institute regarding treatment provided both to Manning and to his wife, Ashley, who allegedly received HGH for use by Peyton. It remains to be seen whether the league seeks such details, or whether the Mannings will provide it.

Regardless of how the investigation plays out, it will include an interview of Peyton Manning. Beyond that, time will tell.

96 responses to “NFL: All players implicated by Al Jazeera will be interviewed, including Peyton Manning

  1. So where’s all the people crying about Goodell waiting until Peyton retired so he couldn’t be interviewed?

  2. You don’t know whether they’re credible or not. That’s why you investigate. That’s why you interview the players who were mentioned. That’s why James Harrison doesn’t get off the hook, despite the big-talk play to the crowds.

    They may find something…they may find nothing…or anywhere in between. Nobody knows until they investigate.

  3. Will Clay be a suspect? I don’t know why he would. He doesn’t look like the type, does he? Maybe I’m wrong.

  4. “Why is Al Jazeera considered a credible source?”

    Discounting them because they are based in an Islamic country shows simply that you know nothing about them.

    They have had quite a few reporters jailed in Islamic countries for exposing naughty things the governments were doing there, including Egypt and Syria.

    They are a well proven organization that has won several international awards for their work.

    In fact I often find them far more credible than the news corps in this country who constantly bury stories negative to their partner corps and advertisers, and to politicians here.

    That fact that the league closed its eyes to these allegations and let Manning walk away into the sunset is disgusting and a clear demonstration of the double standards the corrupt league office operates under.

  5. Other than Dumb Joe on the internet, who has specifically alleged that Ashley’s HGH was received “for use by Peyton”? Anyone credible?

  6. dls5492 says:
    Jun 27, 2016 12:50 PM
    Why is Al Jazeera considered a credible source?

    Because they’re real journalists. Many of them made their bones at the BBC, among other places. And they’re far less slanted in their reporting than Fox News, for example. They’re legit.

  7. They needed to give Manning enough time to cover up everything. His goons already intimidated the documentary maker into recanting the story, sent his goons over to “sanitize” the Guyer Institute. By the time they get to actually talking to Manning, the only thing left will be:

    NFL “Investigators”: “Peyton, you were implicated, how do you respond?”

    PM: “I didn’t do anything”

    NFL “I”: We checked it out and couldn’t find anything, so your story checks out, you are free to leave

    PM: “You don’t want my phone or anything?”

    NFL “I”: “Is your name Tom Brady?”

    PM: “Touché, have a good life”

  8. So if Peyton says no, does he get a 6 game suspension?

    The HGH is to help you heal faster. Everyone should have access to it (under a doctor) or it should be banned in a scary fashion. As in a lifetime ban for those who get caught. One way or the other. Black or white and be done with it.

  9. Will they also interview team employees and trainers? How many times? Ashley Manning? How about checking phone records, cross-referencing text messages between players and trainers? Will science be asked to testify?

    If this “investigation” digs deep enough, it is bound to find an obscure poorly-contextualized reference to “needle” or “steroid” or “juice”. That should be enough evidence to nail them with some obscure off-rulebook penalty.

    Cheaters.

  10. dls5492 says:
    Jun 27, 2016 12:50 PM

    Why is Al Jazeera considered a credible source?
    ————————

    They are more credible than Fox News, MSNBC, or ESPN. Get over it already.

  11. dls5492 says:
    Jun 27, 2016 12:50 PM
    Why is Al Jazeera considered a credible source?
    ——————————

    Did you even watch the documentary? They are a major multinational news organization. The goal was to do an undercover investigative piece about sports doping largely aimed at the Olympics. The report involved Liam Collins, a British hurdler, going undercover in an attempt to obtain banned substances from Sly and other medical professionals. They went where the investigation took them. I am not convinced that 90% of what was recorded was any more than braggadicio but obviously Taylor Teagarden got PEDs from Sly so there is certainly SOME credibility to the video and that justifies a hard look at the allegations. The idea that HGH may have been prescribed off label for a pregnant woman is particularly disturbing, regardless of who it was for.

  12. pats14 says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:05 PM
    If it’s in Al Jazeera it must be true.

    ______________________________________

    Since when is the credibility of the original source used to justify an NFL investigation?

    Also, it is not baseless speculation, like what occurred in prior investigations. Did you see the video evidence that’s already been provided?

  13. Al-jazeera is one of the most reputable and highly regarded media organizations in the world. It doesn’t mean they don’t make mistakes but they are much, much more credible than Ted Wells in their investigative work. They have earned the right to be taken seriously.

  14. “sactogary says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:02 PM

    Other than Dumb Joe on the internet, who has specifically alleged that Ashley’s HGH was received “for use by Peyton”? Anyone credible?”

    A pregnant woman would not use HGH, it could damage the fetus.

  15. No Wells investigation?
    0.2 PSI differentials in football inflation gets a $5 million Wells report full of convenient discoveries…but PEDs……no need for urgency here….the NFL Pharmacy must be protected within the shield

  16. it also makes sense because he was playing in the NFL during the time period in which he was accused of taking PEDs. why would the fact that he’s retired now be at all relevant to that investigation?

  17. sactogary says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:02 PM
    Other than Dumb Joe on the internet, who has specifically alleged that Ashley’s HGH was received “for use by Peyton”? Anyone credible?

    ________________________________________

    Player: “Oh, you mean those drugs Roger? Those aren’t mine.”

    Roger: “Nothing to see here. Moving on. Hey, what’s that over there?”

    Annnnd scene.

  18. It’s demeaning to have one of the greats of the game investigated by a punk like Goodell.

  19. The white washing of Peyton Manning continues. Deflategate has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the NFL can create ANY result they want in their investigations. If they can come to the conclusion that Brady was guilty with the faulty evidence they put together, they can find Manning innocent despite the fact no one, even in Manning’s camp, denies that HGH was sent to his wife.

    That being said, I see no reason that football players, after a gruelling season shouldn’t be allowed to use HGH to heal, IF they are under a doctors’ care, report it to the league, AND they are tested before they can go to camp in July to show that it is completely out of their systems.

  20. Al Jazeera implicates NFL players for using PED’s and the NFL bends over for them? I don’t care if Al Gore owns it now, he’s still on the take from them and spreading anti-American propaganda…….WTH?!?

  21. I like the NFL better when they just swept stuff like this under the rug. I only want to watch football games and don’t care about the gossip.

  22. sactogary says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:02 PM
    Other than Dumb Joe on the internet, who has specifically alleged that Ashley’s HGH was received “for use by Peyton”? Anyone credible?
    ______________________

    CharlieSly the pharmaceutical intern from the Guyer institute on the undercover video

  23. margoadams says:
    Jun 27, 2016 12:51 PM
    Super Bowl 50 was rigged. NFL needs to be investigated.
    —————————-
    no doubt about it. donkeys were allowed to do things no other team was, especially von PED miller. dirty hits, late hits, whatever it took to get them there and help them win it.
    they had a good team, not taking away from that, but they also had a distinct advantage – the NFL wanted mannings last hurrah and would do anything to help support that.
    its a game of inches, and refs throwing blinders on is all it takes these days.
    WWNFL and the donkeys. destroying the great game one cheat at a time.

  24. Goodell: Hey Peyton. I’m sorry to ask but did you take the HGH? I mean… You probably didn’t right?
    Manning: Aww heck Rog, you don’t wanna sit here and listen to every little thing I put in my body or didn’t do you?
    Goodell: No, no I guess you’re right, Peyton… One more thing though. Are you sure it makes perfect sense that your wife was prescribed HGH?
    Manning: Aww shucks, Rog. You’re such a smart guy. I’m sure ya’ll don’t even need ol’ Peyton to figure this out. I’m gonna take off, but it’s great seein’ ya.
    Goodell: What a great guy!

  25. Tip to Peyton Manning:

    If they ask for your phone, do what Goodell did when the FBI wanted his – refuse.

    Do what Farve did when the NFL wanted his phone – refuse and take the $50,000 fine

    DON’T do what Incognito did and give up your phone – just about every text message he ever sent – whether it was relevant to the case or not – was released by the NFL

    If he just refuses to cooperate by not giving up his phone Goodell has no choice but to let him off the hook because that’s what Goodell did when the FBI Director wanted his, and there was no consequence.

    Heck – most NFL fans don’t even realize Goodell did that!

  26. So Manning had numerous neck surgeries, doctors told him he should retire and may never be able to play again. His wife gets HGH shipped to her for no apparent reason and coincidentally Manning comes back and has one of the best seasons ever. Then, this news story break and Manning has his worst season ever.
    Yeah, nothing to see here.

  27. Al Jazeera……….don’t care how reputable they are…..the name says it all for me. Wouldn’t trust them as far as I could throw them. Wonder how many terrorists they have working for them.

  28. dls5492 says:
    Jun 27, 2016 12:50 PM

    Why is Al Jazeera considered a credible source?
    —————————————————-
    Many ask the same question about Fox News and MSNBC. AJ didn’t have a dog in the fight unlike Fox and NBC. I’d believe AJ before either of the two other “news sources”. Time has passed and investigations have been going on behind the scenes. Maybe, and I say maybe because unlike some on this site, I don’t know everything, there’s enough smoke to start looking for the fire.

  29. ebdug says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:19 PM
    It’s demeaning to have one of the greats of the game investigated by a punk like Goodell

    ———————–

    Are you still talking about Manning?

  30. chesswhileyouplaycheckers says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:13 PM

    The idea that HGH may have been prescribed off label for a pregnant woman is particularly disturbing, regardless of who it was for.
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    My daughter’s a PA and she told me that she does not know of any doctor that would ever prescribe HGH to a pregnant woman or a woman trying to get pregnant.

  31. they should all just meet at Harrison’s house and do it there. They can each bring a dish and make a day of it.

  32. roger and his mantra of integrity have decided to start interviewing players a year later, poor guy was hoping to bury this story and focus on framing tom brady with no evidence and science

  33. The best thing to see here is the coverup of the “investigation”.

    I would rather tail the investigators than the crime. It would be much more interesting to watch them cover their eyes as a rock is overturned.

  34. Wow, only 7 months after the documentary, and only 6 months after the lack of crystal-clear denials and threats to witnesses parents and a private team sent to clean-up evidence etc, the league announces they’ll interview all those named in, er, a month or so’s time, and ask them what they know! Such speed! Lol. But to be fair to the NFL I suppose they were too busy faking PSI, CTE & gate-receipt figures – or dealing with the legal fallout from all that fraud.

  35. Jun 27, 2016 1:20 PM – jag1959 says:

    Jun 27, 2016 1:02 PM – sactogary says:

    Other than Dumb Joe on the internet, who has specifically alleged that Ashley’s HGH was received “for use by Peyton”? Anyone credible?

    ______________________

    CharlieSly the pharmaceutical intern from the Guyer institute on the undercover video

    I said “credible.” Sly was an unpaid intern who admitted he lied.

  36. The delay and overall low prioritization of this investigation gives the distinct impression the NFL has already made up its mind. They want it to go away as much as the players involved do. The NFL has proven itself completely inept and inconsistent with any investigation they take on. This one doesn’t look much different so far.

  37. Manning has already admitted that HGH was sent to his house, so at least some part of the original story was correct.

    Of course, saying it was for his pregnant/trying to get pregnant wife was the wrong move.

  38. So what. If he needed a form of treatment after major neck surgery and wasn’t even eligible to play at the time, so what. If it was Tom Brady all the little Bradites would be screaming for the Supreme court to protect him from being interviewed. Plus, any of you whiners read the fact that he’s offered to co-operate from day 1 unlike some other evidence destroying players? So what.

  39. Wells Report – In one of the text messages from the trainer.. he referred himself as a “human”. It’s more probable than not, you were generally aware of human growth hormone.

  40. boogerhut says:
    Jun 27, 2016 2:20 PM

    So what. If he needed a form of treatment after major neck surgery and wasn’t even eligible to play at the time, so what. If it was Tom Brady all the little Bradites would be screaming for the Supreme court to protect him from being interviewed. Plus, any of you whiners read the fact that he’s offered to co-operate from day 1 unlike some other evidence destroying players? So what.
    ———————–

    Then why not just say that it was for him?

    Also, why did Manning, Inc. send some goons down to intimidate the parents of the guy that spilled the beans?

  41. veddermn8 says:
    Jun 27, 2016 2:16 PM

    The delay and overall low prioritization of this investigation gives the distinct impression the NFL has already made up its mind. They want it to go away as much as the players involved do. The NFL has proven itself completely inept and inconsistent with any investigation they take on. This one doesn’t look much different so far.
    ————————

    The NFL doesn’t want to investigate cases where the allegations actually have some truth to them. They are much more comfortable with the cases where they can make stuff up as they go along.

  42. billswillnevermove says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:48 PM
    Al Jazeera……….don’t care how reputable they are…..the name says it all for me. Wouldn’t trust them as far as I could throw them. Wonder how many terrorists they have working for them.
    _____

    Did you know Terrence Pegula’s middle name is Hussein? True story.

  43. Go get him! And not only did Mannings wife have these shipped in her name to her house he tea-bagged that trainer when he was in college!
    Get him PFT! Before he stomps on his phone!
    And just wait until it comes out that he wasn’t the only QB that had intel radio-ed into his helmet pre- snap so he knew what defense
    was coming.

  44. I’m just waiting for the next Patriots scandal so we can all watch in amazement as Pats fans continue to do astounding feats as they jump through burning hoops of failed logic. This article has nothing to do with NE and yet here they are desperately whining into the void.

  45. sactogary says:
    Jun 27, 2016 2:16 PM

    CharlieSly the pharmaceutical intern from the Guyer institute on the undercover video

    I said “credible.” Sly was an unpaid intern who admitted he lied.

    ________________________________________

    I believe the tape had Sly bragging about when and where Peyton took drugs, then the reporter looked into it and found the shipments to his house. So if he lied about knowing about it, then he’s very good at guessing.

    So this bag of steroids arrives. One resident is pregnant. It makes little sense that she would take them since it’d be dangerous for the fetus. But…. maybe. The other resident is an injured superstar athlete who had prior visits to the clinic where the drugs were shipped from.

    If you were betting on it, who did the drugs?

  46. I had thought MLB looked into AJ’s report of their guys doing it and already concluded that it was baseless.

    MIGHT be why the NFL was slow to do it too…

  47. Why don’t they drug test the NFL Top 100 Players of 2015 once the entire list have been revealed? I bet 30% of those guys have something to hide lol.

  48. littlescuppernong says:
    Jun 27, 2016 2:44 PM

    billswillnevermove says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:48 PM
    Al Jazeera……….don’t care how reputable they are…..the name says it all for me. Wouldn’t trust them as far as I could throw them. Wonder how many terrorists they have working for them.
    _____

    Did you know Terrence Pegula’s middle name is Hussein? True story.
    _________________________________
    Nice try. False story, considering his middle initial is M.

  49. If Ashley Manning had a legit reason for taking HGH, it would have been administered by a DOCTOR, at a HOSPITAL. Not shipped to her house from some shady “clinic”, for her to shoot herself up with it.

  50. Man oh man. Mention Peyton and all the NE fans show up with their multiple accounts and scream like the 4 yr old caught in the cookie jar. Buh buh but, little sister did it too! Verified repetitive cheating has nothing to do with accusations of something that happened when a player wasn’t even in the league. Why not whine about how Brady will take his case to the Supreme court (not that there’s a chance that they’ll hear it) just to delay his punishment until HE retires? Peyton offered full co-operation, Brady didn’t.

  51. sactogary says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:02 PM
    Other than Dumb Joe on the internet, who has specifically alleged that Ashley’s HGH was received “for use by Peyton”? Anyone credible?

    ————-

    So can you or anyone explain the medical reasons a healthy woman in her 30s needs to get bootleg HGH from China?

  52. HGH vs. natural gas law…..

    One guy…. gets suspended for 4 games and his team fined 1 million dollars and that team loses a 1st round pick this year and a 4th round pick next year.

    The other guy goes from neck surgery in one year to breaking the all time TD record and passing yards in a single season the next and then hangs around long enough to get a super bowl win last year.

    Man I wish Tom Brady took HGH.

  53. dls5492 says:
    Why is Al Jazeera considered a credible source?

    and

    billswillnevermove says:
    Al Jazeera……….don’t care how reputable they are…..the name says it all for me. Wouldn’t trust them as far as I could throw them. Wonder how many terrorists they have working for them.

    The sheer ignorance and prejudice on this site is scary.

  54. The dead give away that you get from taking HGH is you’d have a huge head.

    The five-head doesn’t have a big……never mind.

  55. If Ashley Manning had a legit reason for taking HGH, it would have been administered by a DOCTOR, at a HOSPITAL. Not shipped to her house from some shady “clinic”, for her to shoot herself up with it.
    ——————————————————-
    HGH is self injected, typically on a daily basis. Doctors prescribe it. Patients acquire it through major pharmacies that maintain inventory of this ridiculously expensive drug. Pharmacies overnight ship the prescribed allotment in coolers boxes filled with ice bags. Patients typically receive a one month supply that includes supplies for injection.

  56. If you compare the time his wife was on the juice to Peyton’s miraculous yet oddly short lived recovery from four neck surgeries in his late 30s, a whole lot of stuff starts to make sense.

  57. “Al Jazeera……….don’t care how reputable they are…..the name says it all for me. Wouldn’t trust them as far as I could throw them. Wonder how many terrorists they have working for them.”

    Here’s the problem with blind bigotry like yours. There are always individuals who do not fit the stereotype no matter what the bigotry involves dictates.

    It also makes you ignore the actual facts that have been presented by them when they in fact implicate Manning in HGH use.

  58. You mean the teflon QB? Accused of sexual harrassment? Legendary postseason choke artist? Took every dime he could of his team’s salary cap? Prostituted himself on lame commercials? Had HGH sent to him and blamed his own wife?

    Well, at least they got Brady.

  59. Much ado about nothing. He didn’t play a single down in 2011 so why does anyone care what he did to his body? Did Brady’s reconstructed ACL and MCL give him an unfair advantage when he returned?

  60. Ok, I’m a bleed red silver and blue Pats fan. You all know it.

    I could care less if this investigation proves a single damn thing. This whole just proves what us Pats fans said WAY BACK during camera gate to all you hater chunkheads.

    ALL of the these Teams cheat. I don’t care if Peyme used. He’s already tainted from winning a SB with that glorified PED test scammer.. Von* boy.
    We’re the new Raiders, except with 25% more SB rings

    Hate on boys

  61. Let’s be serious now.

    Nobody with a brain is buying the laughable nonsense that the HGH was for Ashley Manning. Everyone with a brain knows she would get that from her ob/gyn not from a shady source with tangible connections to BALCO, the biggest doping scandal in US history.

    Oooh that has to sting. Have a nice day PEDton apologists.

    🙂

  62. Many ask the same question about Fox News and MSNBC. AJ didn’t have a dog in the fight unlike Fox and NBC. I’d believe AJ before either of the two other “news sources”. Time has passed and investigations have been going on behind the scenes. Maybe, and I say maybe because unlike some on this site, I don’t know everything, there’s enough smoke to start looking for the fire.

    ——————————————————–

    No dog in the fight? A channel from the ME trying to show that the favorite American sport is a fraud had no dog in the fight? Every news agency have an agenda, some may agree with that, some may not, but to say that AJ is independent with no agenda is a lie.

  63. After the neck surgeries, Peyton’s brother Eli said: ” Peyton couldn’t throw for a High School Team”

    Mrs. HGH Manning receives a box load of HGH and then BAMM = Peyton breaks NFL TD Records.

    Peyton was heard singing in the shower this;

    Needle Needle on the wall who is the greatest QB of them all !!!

  64. So can you or anyone explain the medical reasons a healthy woman in her 30s needs to get bootleg HGH from China?

    —————————————————-

    Where is your source to claim that the HGH was from China? You should be an inspector for the USADA, case closed.

  65. dls5492 says:
    Jun 27, 2016 12:50 PM
    Why is Al Jazeera considered a credible source?
    =====================
    They’ve apparently won or been nominated for a lot of awards. A simple google search shows a lot of accomplishments. I know. Who knew?

  66. It’s been a while since I saw the documentary, but IIRC the Manning connection was weak. (To me it sounded like he told a story someone had told him. Ie second hand. Neal and Clay on the other hand had a strong connection with doping.

    So I wouldn’t be surprised if the Manning inquiry doesn’t come up with anything. Don’t think the HGH story to his wife has been confirmed. Just that he and his wife were clients at the clinic.

    I would however be very surprised if nothing came about with the Harrison, Packers defense line of inquiry. They were already in the picture before any contact with Sly.

  67. boogerhut says:
    Jun 27, 2016 2:20 PM
    So what. If he needed a form of treatment after major neck surgery and wasn’t even eligible to play at the time, so what. If it was Tom Brady all the little Bradites would be screaming for the Supreme court to protect him from being interviewed. Plus, any of you whiners read the fact that he’s offered to co-operate from day 1 unlike some other evidence destroying players? So what.
    ==================
    If you’re on IR, you’re allowed to take roids and smoke all the pot you want? Are you serious? Cooperate since day 1?

    a Manning spokesperson admits that part of Sly’s story was true: that the Guyer Clinic in Indianapolis did indeed ship drugs to Manning’s house as alleged by Al-Jazeera America’s documentary and later by the documentary’s producer. Manning had previously called those claims “completely fabricated.” The Manning camp refused to discuss the issue further with the Post, citing Ashley Manning’s medical privacy.

    But back to that 9-1-1 call. The Washington Post reports the investigation, which was funded by Peyton Manning, featured two private dicks knocking on Randall and Judith Sly’s door—with one of them, according to the call, falsely claiming to be a cop.

    The Washington Post reports Manning’s private investigation into Sly began before the documentary aired, as the network sought responses from those alleged by Sly to have used performance-enhancing drugs. The paper also reports that Al-Jazeera failed to adequately protect the identity of its sources, which led Manning’s camp (led by former George W. Bush press secretary Ari Fleischer) to the Slys’ doorstep. Manning’s spooks refused to reveal their employer to the Slys, according to the Washington Post.

    Is this your version of someone completely cooperating? Lol

  68. All Harrison has to do is have his wife/girl friend submit a urine sample with the name James Harrison on it.

    Just like Mrs.HGH Manning needed that box load of HGH sent to her house – You know, the same house that Peyton lives in.

    But, NO WAY, Peyton ever went near the HGH.

  69. I will say it again. Can we drop all this nonsense and get back to real issues and find out exactly what was going on with the pressure of footballs? Huh, can we?

  70. A healthy woman doesn’t need HGH, China or not, pregnant or not. Al Jezeera is a very respected news organization. Didn’t get traction in the US, mainly due to racist comments posted previously by Fox News/Bills fans. I wonder why PManning felt he needed to hire muscle to get involved.

  71. HGH is illegal(in the NFL) whether a player is active or not. Maybe it shouldn’t be for injury recovery, but it is. Remember all the Dolphins fans and haters all over R odney Harrison? He did the same thing. But had the guts to sign for his own package. And then owned up. The double standard about the Patriots never ceases to make me laugh. Sorry your team lost. Remember Bills and Dolphins fans recent Super Bowls? When the Pats were resting and healing for another SBowl run? That musta been such a December thrill.

  72. Harrison should record the entire interview, put it on his website, charge like $5-$10 dollars to watch it, then donate 100% of the money to the NFLPA and it’s alumni.

  73. Nofoolnodrool says:
    Jun 27, 2016 6:24 PM
    ……ah the beauty of the internet where any half wit can slander without having to prove anything……
    _________________

    You prove that with great alacrity on a regular basis

  74. Actually, those who seem to not know, Al Jazeera is a more reputable source of legit UNBIASED news then anything we have here in America. Al Jazeera is up there with Reuters in all actuality.

  75. Nofoolnodrool says:
    Jun 27, 2016 6:24 PM

    … You would think,this blowhard would offer proof supporting his comments…

    ____

    Have you looked in a mirror lately? Lol! It’s too funny seeing people like you say something like this given the amount of blatant idiocy you types spouted during framegate. I can’t help but smh in pity.

  76. Ok so everyone is saying you have to investigate because Al Jazeera is a credible news source. If they are so credible they why did they recant the story? Also if they are credible and recanted it shouldn’t that be enough to say ok the story was bogus?

  77. imodan says:
    Jun 27, 2016 1:59 PM
    If one of these guys texted a buddy called needle dink he’s got some splainin to do!!

    ————

    If there is some guy running around with that nickname Roger will say thats proof against 2 QB, not just one.

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