WASHINGTON (AP) -- Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee brought their
vastly different stories to Capitol Hill today.
One day after giving a deposition, the star pitcher is meeting one-on-one informally with as many as a dozen congressmen.
Clemens' former personal trainer arrived for a sworn deposition with House lawyers.
McNamee did not speak to reporters on his way into the offices of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. And Clemens did not comment as he walked into the office of Congressman John Tierney, a Massachusetts Democrat on the committee. Both Clemens and McNamee were accompanied by lawyers.
It was Clemens' denials of McNamee's charges about drug use that drew the attention of Congress.
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