Santana Moss injected with HGH

Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss has become the first NFL player connected to Canadian doctor Anthony Galea, who was charged Tuesday for allegedly smuggling performance-enhancing drugs into the U.S.

According to reports from The Washington Post and The Buffalo News, Moss was treated by Galea consistently, beginning in October 2007. Those treatments are believed to involve the injection of HGH (Human Growth Hormone). It’s also believed Moss is the player Galea was en route to D.C. to treat when he was arrested in September of 2009. Moss suffered from lingering knee problems in ’06 and ’07.

This is a shame, really. With the addition of Donovan McNabb, I envisioned Moss having a great season, now that he has an actual QB to throw the ball and not someone who is indecisive and just stands in the pocket all day (Jason Campbell).

Linsanity’s arrival back home from Cannes

Misses court yet again and she gets a slap on the wrist and is not allowed to drink? It must be nice to be rich.

Lindsay Lohan is coming home to a litany of legal woes after a few breezy days at the Cannes Film Festival, where she attended various events to promote her Linda Lovelace film and partied into the wee hours on the day she was supposed to be in court in Beverly Hills. The 23-year-old actress was to be arrested upon her return to Los Angeles for missing a mandatory court hearing, but a judge recalled the warrant late Thursday after Lohan posted bail.

Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel set bail at $100,000, revoked Lohan’s probation and imposed strict new conditions on the star, who was due in court for a progress report on her probation stemming from two arrests in 2007. The judge ordered that Lohan be prohibited from drinking any alcohol, required to wear an alcohol-monitoring bracelet and submit to random weekly drug testing.

Pac-Man, the arcade classic, turns 30

Pac-Man, the arcade video game, was released in Japan 30 years ago this week. The game came to the U.S. in the fall of 1980 and became a pop-culture sensation. Pac-Man spawned more than 400 products, from bed sheets to breakfast cereal. In 1999, a Florida man became the first to achieve a perfect Pac-Man score — 3,333,360

And now, you can play at! Click the “Insert Coin” button for two-player. Your arrow keys on the right-hand side control Pac-Man, and the W-A-S-D (first person shooter games, anyone?) controls Ms. Pac-Man.