Titans Linebacker Fowler Reportedly Facing Possible Suspension
According to reports, Tennessee Titans linebacker Ryan Fowler was informed by the league in a letter that he is facing a possible suspension for violating the NFL's policy against performance-enhancing drugs.
The possible discipline by the league apparently has arisen from information supplied by Plano, Tex., personal trainer David Jacobs, a convicted steroid dealer who was found shot to death in his home last week. Jacobs's death was ruled a suicide.
Jacobs met last month with NFL representatives.
Fowler's attorney denied accusations of wrongdoing to several media outlets. A hearing reportedly is being scheduled.
The accusation against Fowler, who spent last season with the Titans after three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, was first reported by ESPN.
By Mark Maske |
June 10, 2008; 1:56 PM ET
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