MTS wrote:How do you know he is lying? Maybe he is telling the truth, so much for innocent until proven guilty. I am willing to see how things play out before I shape my views on the matter.
I justify my thoughts like this:
If I am someone who is known to be a good athlete (or whatever) and I am accused of cheating, but I was actually innocent, and I knew the reason why something showed I cheated, I would say that straight up and out front as my defense.
In this case:
Sherman now states this container (which probably had a 99.9999999% chance of NOT containing adderall anyway) was the cause of the positive test because his container "broke".
Okay, if that was the absolute first story he told, I would be willing to give due process.
But the first story he told was "well I drank from a dirty water bottle and didnt know it".
Why would he tell that story first?
If you really believe he is innocent, you are a very clueless or very biased individual.http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100000 ... for-friday
"Sherman says he unknowingly drank from a teammate's contaminated bottle".
Come on, now. It cant get much more obvious.[/quote]
The story you linked has been denied by Sherman so you can throw that trash away.
In an ongoing case why would he talk about his defenses and give the opposition a heads up?
You are either very clueless or a very biased individual.