Here we go.
Norv "Nobody from the SD Chargers used stick em. Nobody from this organization has used Stick em in any game."— Marty Caswell (@MartyCaswell) October 22, 2012
Can he say that for sure? What if Robert Meachem used it in a game when he was with the Saints? That'd be someone from this organization using it in a game.
Norv "it's a towel that, I understand a lot of golfers use it to dry their hands...it's used across the league."— Marty Caswell (@MartyCaswell) October 22, 2012
Brilliant. Always blame golfers. People hate golfers, especially the way they're always trying to keep their hands dry.
Norv "If they decide the team shouldn't use it, there's going to be a lot of teams that will have to stop using it."— Marty Caswell (@MartyCaswell) October 22, 2012
This baffles me. I know for a fact that Norv Turner has a brother. Yet, somehow, he still hasn't learned that "But he was doing it too!" doesn't work as an excuse for why you were doing something wrong.
Norv "If you start to believe everything you read, you'll be chasing a lot of wrong stories.". That's why I recommend radio...— Marty Caswell (@MartyCaswell) October 22, 2012
If I want to believe everything I read.....I.....I don't even know what to do with that. Here's what I read: "The NFL is investigating the San Diego Chargers and an incident where they were caught using an illegal substance."
Now, I don't know about Norv, but the Chargers send me press releases. They confirmed that the NFL is investigating them for an incident where they were caught using an illegal substance. Hell, Norv, you just said that they were caught using a towel that they probably shouldn't have been using (even if everyone in the league uses it).
So, please, tell me what was written that I shouldn't believe. I'm dying to know.