Roger Clemens' agent released an 18,000-word report Monday to defend against allegations that his career rebounded around the time period he was accused of using performance-enhancing drugs, according to the Associated Press. "Clemens' longevity was due to his ability to adjust his style of pitching as he got older, incorporating his very effective split-finger fastball to offset the decrease in the speed of his regular fastball caused by aging," the report claims.