Players trying to keep debate in-house
Actually, that's not quite accurate: Orza, citing the lack of information on the long-term health effects of steroid use, contends that cigarettes are worse than steroids.
Anderson lives in Cleveland and plays in Kansas City, so he knows how the comments played in the heartland. In a word: Terribly. They weren't very well-received on big-city talk radio, either.
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