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David Jacobs claims he was Michael Vick's steroid supplier

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The Dallas Morning News reports today that steroids trafficker David Jacobs told the paper he supplied Michael Vick with performance-enhancing drugs when Vick was a member of the Atlanta Falcons.

Jacobs, who committed suicide in 2008, was sharing information with the NFL about steroids users until his death.

The News did not release this information because authorities wouldn't confirm that Vick was part of their investigation. Recently, word broke that the feds had quizzed Vick on the matter, thus giving the paper cause to run the story.

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I don't believe this, you have got to be kidding me. Do you plan to visit Jacobs grave to confirm that he said that. You really need to get a life.

Would not be surprised of anything this idiot Vick does. I hope my BAD RAMS don't waste their time.

I do not believe this story. First of all the entire article is speculation, "alleged", if I went to a party and heard a comment and printed it wouldn't that be slander? Is there a signed statement or recording of Jacobs? Convenient that he is now deceased. His death was suspicious at best. No investigation, very convenient for all who were not prosecuted. This is journalism at it's worst.A play at getting a story close to the Super Bowl at the expense of the living and the dead.

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what a waste of time reading this bullsh*t! Keep ya head up vick!

If Vick could think he could get away with lying to the Feds (he didnt and went to Levenworth because of it) what makes any of us think he cant easily lie to the general public, team owners, or the press? Vick lives by the rule of the ghetto---it aint lying if you still believe it---and it aint lying until somebody does something about it (they did)...

America is stuck with this lying roid using animal hater---he hasnt changed, its ingrained in him. Even prison cant break it from him

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