The Collective

09/1/07
Cowboys’ QB Coach Suspended for Illegal Substance Usage
By Steven L. Taylor

All of sudden it is all suspensions all the time.

Via the AP: Cowboys coach Wade Wilson suspended

Dallas quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson was suspended for five games by the NFL on Saturday for buying and using performance-enhancing substances.

Wilson, a 48-year-old former NFL quarterback, also was fined $100,000. He said he took the drugs to try to “improve the quality of my life” after living with diabetes for more than 20 years. He acknowledged he acted without “proper medical supervision.”

This may be HGH as well.

And while the story and suspension are targeted at Wilson himself, the question has to be raised as to whether he was supplying the substance to any players.

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