NFL: Teammate: Moss had treatments with Canadian doctor
ASHBURN, Va. — Washington Redskins receiver Santana Moss has told teammates he received three treatments from the Canadian doctor who was charged last week with smuggling and supplying human growth hormone.
Defensive lineman Phillip Daniels says Moss told a small group of players last week that he was treated by Dr. Anthony Galea. Daniels indicated that Moss portrayed the treatments as routine and did not involved any banned substances.
Daniels says he believes Moss is "telling us the truth."
Moss referred questions on the matter to coach Mike Shanahan after Wednesday's offseason practice. Shanahan says he has spoken with Moss and is confident the veteran wideout will not be suspended.