Trainer Claiming Ties to Cowboys, Falcons Players Pleads Guilty in Steroids Case

A personal trainer based in Plano, Tex., claiming to have ties to players with the Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons pleaded guilty in federal court today to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute steroids.

The trainer, David Jacobs, told KTVT-TV in Dallas that he will cooperate with federal investigators and tell them about professional athletes using steroids.

The Web site for his supplement store said he worked with Cowboys and Falcons players. Officials with the two teams told the station they knew nothing about Jacobs.

By Mark Maske |  November 13, 2007; 6:28 PM ET  | Category:  Cowboys , Falcons , League , Steroids
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