NFL Commissioner Doesn't Expect More Action In Albany Case

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Commissioner Roger Goodell says he has no knowledge that any other NFL personnel are involved in an
Internet drug operation being investigated.

The investigation by the Albany (N.Y.) District Attorney's
office led to the recent suspensions of New England Patriots safety
Rodney Harrison and Dallas Cowboys quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson.

A third NFL person involved in the investigation was Dr. Richard
Ryzde, one of the Pittsburgh Steelers' team doctors. He had earlier
been fired by the team.

Wilson was suspended for five games and fined $100,000 for
buying and using performance-enhancing substances. The 48-year-old
former NFL quarterback said he took the drugs to try to "improve
the quality of my life" after living with diabetes for more than
20 years.