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Fri, 25 Mar 2005 10:13:02 -0800
Leo Roth, of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, reports former Buffalo Bills C Kent Hull refutes the claim by New Orleans Saints head coach Jim Haslett that he used steroids during his career in the 1980s. Earlier this week, Haslett stated that he "played with a guy who came into the league, he came out of the USFL. He was 270 (pounds), and he would never have made our team if he didn't get up to 300. The linemen got him together, got him a little supplemental pill for the week and he got up to about 305 and made our team. And he's probably one of the all-time great players in Bills history." The one player that fits that description is Hull. "It's false, I can tell you that," said Hull. "I hate to hear it. I may have to give him a call. I certainly didn't use them."
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