A convicted steroids dealer who recently met with NFL security officials and gave them names of players he said bought steroids from him was found shot to death in his home in Plano, Texas, police said.

Early yesterday morning, Plano police made a welfare check and found 35-year-old

David Jacobs

and 30-year-old

Amanda Jo Earhart-Savell

dead.

Police said both had been shot to death.

Jacobs was sentenced to three years probation and fined $25,000 on May 1 after pleading guilty last year in federal court in Dallas to conspiring to possess anabolic steroids with intent to distribute.

Hank Hockeimer,

Jacobs' attorney, told the Dallas Morning News that Jacobs met with NFL officials on May 21 and gave them names of players he said bought steroids from him.

Hockeimer declined to say which players bought steroids. But Jacobs had publicly said he sold tens of thousands of dollars worth of performance-enhancing drugs to former Dallas Cowboys player

Matt Lehr

in 2006 and 2007.

Former NFL linebacker

Steve Foley

was charged with a felony after his pit bulls bit a woman and killed her puppy in Richmond, Texas, in March. Foley was released on a $10,000 bond, a sheriff's spokeswoman said.

The 32-year-old's NFL career ended after he was shot by an off-duty police officer in San Diego in 2006.

Erie County District Attorney

Frank Clark

calls Buffalo Bills running back

Marshawn Lynch

the "principal suspect" in an alleged hit-and-run accident, saying the player was in his vehicle when it struck and injured a pedestrian.

What's unclear, Clark said, is whether Lynch was driving when the SUV struck a woman crossing an intersection in downtown Buffalo before speeding off early Saturday.

Saying that any passengers in the vehicle might include Lynch's teammates, Clark warned it is important for them to step forward.

"I'm not saying how we know it or who they are, but they know who they are, so we'll just see how this plays out," Clark said.

Elsewhere:

Sen.

Arlen Specter

(R, Pa.) reiterated his call in Congress for investigation into allegations of spying against the New England Patriots.

Golf

Boo Weekley

shot a 5-under 65 to take the first-round lead in the Stanford St. Jude Championship in Memphis.

He closed with a birdie on No. 18 at the TPC Southwind to move a stroke ahead of

Tommy Armour III.

Elsewhere: Tom Gramigna

of Tavistock shot closing rounds of 72 and 70 and captured the 107th New Jersey State Amateur Championship when

Jay Blumenfeld

shot a final-round 90 in squandering a 6-stroke lead at the Little Mill Country Club in Burlington County.

Boxing

Yusaf Mack

of Philadelphia outpointed

Don Judah

in 10 rounds to claim the vacant North American Boxing Federation light heavyweight title at Aviator Field in Brooklyn on Wednesday night. Mack's record is 25-2-2.

Tonight's card at the Blue Horizon is headlined by an eight-round featherweight bout, as

Jules Blackwell

(7-0) of Phoenixville takes on

Eric Hunter

(8-1) of Philadelphia.

Also on the card are welterweight

Steve Upsher Chambers

(16-1-1) and cruiserweight

Ran Nakash

(10-0), who, when he's not fighting, is head of Krav Maga fighting instruction for the Israeli Defense Forces.

Noteworthy

Former Texas Tech defensive tackle

Stoney Garland,

who was paralyzed in a car accident more than a decade ago, has died. He was 33. Garland died at his home in Plains, Texas, on Wednesday, the school's athletic department said in a statement.

Elsewhere:

Washington and Wisconsin won races on the first day of the 106th Intercollegiate Rowing Association championship on the Cooper River in Camden County. Both advanced to today's semifinals. . . . Carolina Hurricanes defenseman

Glen Wesley

is retiring after 20 NHL seasons. . . . The Philadelphia Force of the National Pro Fastpitch League lost to the New England Riptide, 8-2, in Allentown. . . .

Mike Springer

and

Seth Goldberg

each had a hat trick, but the Barrage lost to the Long Island Lizards, 22-12, in a Major League Lacrosse game in Avondale, N.Y.