I like that Jager called into the podcast and that more athletes are admitting to the awesomeness that is LetsRun.com. We haven't had much reason to doubt that Evan and Jerry are likely keeping it clean and the hacked report shouldn't be too much cause for alarm in regards to them.
What I do want to add, though, expands upon some caveats I tried to give the BroJos and other journalists just a few weeks ago. Everybody claims they aren't doping when asked. They'll invite you into their homes. They'll agree to interviews. They'll say and do what they need to do to eliminate suspicion. While I think that Jager is probably clean and a very likable guy, I'm extremely sad that he and his whole team have a tendency to be social hermits. I'd rather our top stars participated with LetsRun.com during the normal course of events because they loved connecting with more people involved in the sport, not just because they want to use this one opportunity to save face. The guy loses a few points in my esteem for only being so publicly transparent in order to defend a drug charge. He can do penance by continuing to call into LetsRun.com for other purposes than defending his drug charge.