Basis4day wrote:I think a too few many of the posters are confusing speculation with what Sherm has actually said. (Which is basically nothing on the subject).
He's told us a few times not to worry about it, that the "truth" will come out and all will be fine.
So the only logical conclusion that a seemingly intelligent football player that attended Stanford would tell us not to worry about a PED suspension that very few people have ever beat would have to go along the lines of tainted sample. What other scenario gets Sherman off?
1. Drank my homey's drink with Adderall in it? Nope, not gonna fly.
2. I had a prescription, but forgot to give it to team doctors? Nope, not gonna fly.
3. I didn't have a prescription, I didn't know I needed one. Nope, not gonna fly.
Anyway, you get my point. The only excuse that's feasibly going to get him off is for there to be some sort of mismanagement with how the league tested him. That would put the mistake on the testing and not him.