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Report: Ex-Jets WR Moss Received HGH Fom Canadian Doctor Galea

LANDOVER, MD - DECEMBER 27:  Santana Moss #89 of the Washington Redskins runs the ball during the game against the Dallas Cowboys at FedExField on December 27, 2009 in Landover, Maryland. The Cowboys defeated the Redskins 17-0. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
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Keith BennettCorrespondent IMay 20, 2010

 Former Jet wide receiver Santana Moss reportedly received human growth hormone from Canadian Dr. Anthony Galea, who was charged this week in Buffalo.

The Washington Post reports that Moss, now with the Redskins, was the player the player Galea's assistant was going to visit when she was arrested in Sept 2009. Moss played for the Jets from 2001-04 before he was traded to Washington. His brother Sinorice, is a wide receiver for the Giants.

Santana Moss, who had minor knee surgery this offseason, would not address the report on Wednesday. I'll talk about football. I don't know about nothing else," Moss said. "I ain't got nothing to do with nothing that ain"t about me." The Buffalo News reports Moss is not in danger of being charged. The Washington Post report says, "Human growth hormone is among the banned substances in the NFL. Though the league doesn't specifically test for it, players are still subject to punishment if they're known to be in violation of the league's drug policy.

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