If Santana Moss used, then he cheated, too
Historically, due process is not a concept that comes naturally to those at the top of the NFL pecking order. Since the 1960s when stars Paul Hornung and Alex Karras confessed their gambling sins to Pete Rozelle and were suspended from football, the normal chat between a commissioner and a player who had a hint of malfeasance was: "Confess and you might live to see the next sunrise."
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