PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia Eagles Chairman Jeffrey Lurie says the news on Garrett Reid's possession of steroids is "disappointing."

Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli announced Monday that an investigation into the fatal heroin overdose in August of Eagles coach Andy Reid's oldest son revealed there were steroids in his room the day he died.

Garrett Reid was helping the team's strength and conditioning coach at the time of his death.

Lurie says in a written statement that such conduct runs counter to the values and principles mandated for everyone associated with the team. Lurie says the organization is certain that Garrett's actions were unknown to those around him and did not involve the team.

Morganelli said there was no evidence that Garrett Reid was giving the steroids to any Eagles players.