I'm not, to be honest, exactly sure where the court of public opinion stands on Roger and Andy as regards their accused steroid use.
My own opinion is that as convincing as a story from The LA Times might have seemed at the time, it is even more convincing when a US attorney goes on record as saying a story is inaccurate.
At first, I thought they were guilty. Now I don't.
But is this the way it shook down for everybody?
I know that you all surf the web as I do; you read the stuff that I do, and I know I don't need to link to stuff every morning that we're all reading anyway.
But I did want to go out of my way to call your attention to the following, a story by Jon Heynman at SI.com that follows up with Clemens' and Pettitte's personal trainer Brian McNamee, a man who took a hit from the story even more severe than those taken by Roger and Andy.
Nothing earth-shattering here, but it's interesting to see where the stories go after they're off the front page.