Tim Couch took steroids.
When you’re are done laughing, let’s examine the speculations. Yahoo! Sports reported they obtained documents that indicate Couch had regimens that called for the use of anabolic steroids and human growth hormone while he attempted to revive his NFL career.
Couch hasn’t played in the NFL for three years after he was cut by the Green Bay Packers.
So Couch gets drafted No. 1 overall by the Browns in 1999 (basically ruining any chance he had to be a good NFL quarterback), goes on to get sacked so much David Carr feels lucky, struggles with injuries, arm strength and playing time, gets cut by the Browns, and then signs on in Green Bay before finally dropping off the face of the earth, and he waited until now to take some kind of performancing enhancing drug. They 15.3 quarterback rating and 10 sacks a game with 5 INTs weren’t enough to make he take anything but trying to earn a spot as a third string quarter back is?
Not smart Tim. Should have been on the roids back in the day then you could have been your own offensive line.
Another thought, who cares!? Couch wasn’t in the NFL when he was taking the HGH, which he admits too, so what’s the big deal. Furthermore, even if he was on steroids or something, he got cut and still couldn’t make the Jacksonville Jaguars team so obviously the roids were not working.
With this worthless story and Lance Brigg’s driving around like Billy Joel, on top of Pacman, Vick, all the holdouts and whatever else is going on, the season can’t start soon enough. Thankfully, we are only 13 days from kickoff and even better yet, college football starts tomorrow.
You can never have too many pictures of Couch being sacked, can you?