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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will make his first court appearance Wednesday in Texas on a child abuse charge.
Nick Wright and John Lopez talk Penn. State, meet a Hire-A-Hero, and discuss Howard and Bynum.
Attorney Rusty Hardin joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they discussed the Adrian Peterson and Roger Clemens cases in which he worked.
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Not even weeks following his successful defense of Roger Clemens during the former pitcher’s perjury trial, Rusty Hardin is again defending another big-time pro athlete in Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
A defense expert testified Wednesday that DNA from Roger Clemens found on a syringe needle could have been placed there intentionally.
Roger Clemens lost something off his fastball in his 40s but still succeeded by pitching smarter, his former manager testified Thursday.
Roger Clemens’ former catcher with the Toronto Blue Jays testified Wednesday that he had seen vitamin B12 “shots lined up ready to go” for players, a claim also made by Clemens and for which he was charged with obstructing Congress.
A government witness testified Tuesday that Brian McNamee said he had injected pitcher Roger Clemens with human growth hormone and had saved syringes, part of a prosecution attempt to dispel defense suggestions that McNamee fabricated those claims to avoid going to jail.
Brian McNamee testified Friday that some of the medical evidence he saved in a beer can was not used on former pitcher Roger Clemens.