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July 14, 1986
- By Rick Reilly
That cocaine could cripple an athlete's career was well established. Then came sudden, shocking proof that it can kill, too—even the young and strong. Don Rogers, a Cleveland Browns defensive back, was buried last Thursday—another cocaine casualty in sports, just eight days after basketball star Len Bias took a fatal dose of the same drug. Here are one man's reflections on those events.
- By Douglas S. Looney
Bo Jackson, the Heisman winner, likes confounding folks, as he did by picking baseball over football