It wouldn't be surprising as I can't think of a player his age that came back from an ACL tear as fast as he's supposed to be but there's no hard evidence that he's been juicing so if a journalist suggested it publicly it'd be pretty irresponsible. Let's wait for some kind of proof before we attack the man's legacy like this.
dude's been a pain his entire career but also has one of the work ethics in the league. not surprised
this. the guy has always been a gym rat and he's pretty good at basketball too. he's had a ton of issues but he's always been super fit and ready for a big game. how about how well he played in the SB after coming back from such a bad injury?
So its impossible to stay in shape at his age? What are you retarded? Why accuse him of juicing? His entire career he has always carried a rep of a football player in tremendous shape. Countless mag covers showing off his body. People love the gym and he is one of them. Darrell Green was over 40 still running fast and keeping up with guys twice as younger than him.
It's a shame that nowadays hard work is always suspect.
its just too easy to take some type of performance enhancers these days, on top of working hard. call me jaded...in fact i think roids and those kind of testosterone building drugs drive people who take them to work harder because they're so amped up. everything kind of fits with TO's situation too where he is on the verge of becoming broke, had open training sessions for NFL teams to look at him and no teams showed, and he had hit rock bottom just prior to all of this. its just such a quick sudden turnaround.
that said TO could be super human. he's been a freak all of his career and some of those 49er days where he was the target of 3/4's of their passes and still catching stuff despite being triple covered were ridiculous. he's always been blessed with freak like physical attributes more than almost anybody, so maybe it is all natural its just crazy how ripped he is...on top of all of this other stuff.