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Friday 07, Oct 2011

  Jordan Matechuk apologizes following guilty plea

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The Canadian football player, Jordan Matechuk, is hopeful of one more chance after his career was put on hold following his steroid-related arrest in May at the U.S. border in Northern Michigan.

Future of the 25-year-old long snapper is in doubt as he tries to rehabilitate his reputation.

“Football was a big part of my life, and now it’s gone,” Matechuk said.

Thursday 22, Sep 2011

  Matechuk takes complete responsibility of his actions

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Matechuk takes complete responsibility of his actionsJordan Matechuk, a former Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ player, who is facing sentencing for his arrest and subsequent admission of guilt for being caught with performance enhancing drugs and recreational drugs, has taken complete responsibility for his actions.

Matechuk spoke solemnly and quietly about his wrongdoing in an exclusive phone interview with Sportsnet.ca from his residence just outside of Winnipeg.

“I’d like to send out a sincere apology to the Tiger-Cats franchise, the CFL, my teammates, coaching staff, peers within the league, my family and friends for the situation I’m in,” Matechuk said.

Friday 22, Jul 2011

  Drug arrests and drug testing in news on CFL season eve

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Drug arrests and drug testing in news on CFL season eveThe electrifying return specialist of the B.C. Lions, Yonus Davis, had 27 kilograms of ecstasy delivered to a home he was renting in California on April 9.

Davis was charged with one felony count of attempting to possess a controlled substance with intent to distribute and facing a possible 20-year jail sentence.

Hamilton long-snapper Jordan Matechuk was arrested eight days ago for trying to carry drugs — 543 anabolic steroid pills, 262 milliliters of liquid anabolic steroids and 1.25 grams of marijuana, to be precise — into the country through Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.

Tuesday 05, Jul 2011

  Bellefeuille says Ticats do not have a steroid problem

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Bellefeuille says Ticats do not have a steroid problemThe Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach, Marcel Bellefeuille, didn’t find out about Jordan Matechuk’s legal problems until late Tuesday night when a reporter called him to tell that Matechuk was arrested.

The coach got off the phone and started working for confirming the news.

American customs officers found 543 anabolic steroid pills, 262 milliliters of liquid anabolic steroids, 1.25 grams of marijuana, 19 syringes and 51 replacement needles, during the ensuing inspection.