CajunMan: Hopefully this article will clarify what I posted(sources) earlier today.
No articles, or commentary have told me a thing
"final result is negative," Frazier told the newspaper.
We cannot confirm or deny (Henry's sample) contains a controlled substance
ithe Bengals adopted a wait-and-see attitude.
"For Chris Henry to return playing NFL football, the Bengals understand that he must comply with certain legal and NFL-related procedures," the statement said.
"To the club's knowledge, Chris has been complying with those procedures, and the club is not aware at this point of any circumstance in which Chris has not complied with his obligations.
Is he is or is he ain't guilty? Accoording to Goodall's new standards, good night nurse. Gene Upshaw has been silent, which means he may have made some kind of deal. I think he agrees with the NFL on the mayhem crackdown, but he does have duty. Fehr would never agree to this. Good point - Selig is spineless. I'm just saying Upshaw made some kind of deal. And is right
"With respect to the Northern Kentucky proceedings, reports to date may not be based on complete information. More information is expected to be made available shortly once all the procedural tests are complete and the club will await any action until that information has been released."
That legal-ese for "that state may still hang you"
(edited by RYDER FAKIN on 22.5.07 0705) Demonstrations are a drag. Besides, we're much too high
Shaun Alexander. I'm surprised at thiss one. Alexander definitely deserved consideration but the way Manning gave up some of his offence just to make the Colts a better team was a lock. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2281472