DA Confirms Garrett Reid Possessed Steroids

District Attorney John Morganelli confirmed today that Garrett Reid, son of Eagles coach Andy Reid, was in possession of steroids when he died on Aug. 5.

The Express-Times first reported the news, citing sources on Monday morning before Morganelli’s news conference.

Here are Tweets from Jason Nark of the Daily News, who covered the news conference:





A coroner said in October that Garrett Reid died of a heroin overdose. He was found in a dorm room at Lehigh University during Eagles training camp.

Morganelli said in October that investigators found 47 syringes and 65 needles in Garrett Reid’s gym bag, along with 19 vials of an unknown liquid.

Garrett Reid had been helping with the Eagles’ strength and conditioning department during training camp.

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  • Frank

    Well that’s just great

  • alnguyen386

    Sheil, stop insinuating the Eagles are juiced. There is no evidence Garrett gave the steroids to the players. The NFL has NOT inquired about it at all.

    • sdk152

      Al, I didn’t insinuate anything. I reported what was said and the facts around the story. – SK

  • Myke Lowery

    hmm..defensive line didn’t quite look the same this year…jk

    Still doesn’t sound good when he’s assisting the strength and conditioning dept

  • Brett

    Sheil obviously never insinuated anything beyond the reported news. sheesh.

  • Charleston Bob

    All Sheil did was report the facts. Good work SK.