I was the one that mentioned him as a strength and conditioning coach. I am also keenly aware of his past transgressions with illegal substances and methods (BALCO, steroids) but the guy was innovative and very disciplined to his training regimine. How about his ties to supplement guru Bill Philips or his willingness to make an oxygen chamber available to any of his team mates in Oakland? I'm just saying that this is one area that he could be an asset to the team on. I don't think that the man's character is in question, but if we're talking as a LB coach I would pass. I agree that he provides nothing special in the way of insight on how to be a productive LB at the professional level. One has to look no further that his slow responses and speech patterns to realize this guy has suffered way too many concussions....
Originally Posted by RaiderLakersA's
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