- Tony Mandarich, who was taken No. 2 overall by the Packers in the 1989 draft, says in an interview he was addicted to alcohol and painkillers the entire time he played in Green Bay.
Mandarich also admits for the first time he used anabolic steroids while he played at Michigan State.
- Mandarich made these revelations during an interview with Armen Keteyian, the chief investigative correspondent for CBS News. That interview is to air Wednesday night on Showtime's "Inside the NFL," a program produced by CBS Sports.
- Tony Mandarich has lived a life full of controversy, allegations of steroid use & adversity. In his new book to be released in March 2009 the 20th anniversary of that infamous NFL draft, he tells all about what he did, what happened, and what he is doing today. The book title is “My Dirty Little Secrets - Steroids, Alcohol & God - The Tony Mandarich Story” Opt into the e-mail list to win an personalized autographed copy.