A reporter was asking Washington Redskins LB Lorenzo Alexander for his thoughts on whether Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman should be on the field Sunday when the two teams face off in the wild-card round.
In pops DT Kendrick Golston, who quickly stated ""He's a cheater,'' and walked off, according to USA Today.
"It is what it is,'' Alexander continue after Golston left.
"I don't know what his total case and background of it is, or about the paperwork he did. He was doing Adderall, Ritalin, the same thing that (Redskins cornerback) Cedric (Griffin) was doing, I believe. I know there's a (testing) procedure you have to do and even then, they can still hit you for it. It is what it is.''
Cedric Griffin served his time for the infraction, a four-game suspension, which many feel Sherman should've served as well, but got off basically on a technicality.
We're not going to wish someone a positive drug test and a four-game suspension just to win a game,'' Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall said. "We're out there and going to take it to them, regardless of who is out there. May the best team win.
"I'm happy he won it. I don't know all the details of it. If he won his appeal, he won his appeal. We obviously would have been better off it he wasn't playing, but he's out there. We have to deal with who's out there. There's nothing we can do about it."