Brady Quinn Thinks PED Use Might Explain The NFL's Injury Epidemic

It was a brutal week in the NFL. The cart came out too many times, and we saw season-ending injuries to the likes of Steve Smith, Le’Veon Bell, Keenan Allen, Reggie Bush, Khiry Robinson, and Cameron Wake. Was it a rash of bad luck? Former NFL QB Brady Quinn wonders if it isn’t something more sinister. »11/04/15 11:22am11/04/15 11:22am


​Mark Cuban Is Fighting To Make HGH Legal In The NBA

Mark Cuban is an ideas man, and he's got a hell of an idea. In late November, Cuban announced that he had asked the NBA Board of Governors to consider letting injured players use synthetic human growth hormone (HGH) while rehabbing and that he was willing to fund the necessary clinical studies to ensure player safety… »2/12/14 4:00pm2/12/14 4:00pm

Law Enforcement Agencies, MLB Investigating Anthony Bosch For Distributing HGH And Testosterone

The Bosch name sounds familiar because Anthony's father, Pedro—an actual doctor—is the man who prescribed Manny Ramirez the female fertility drug human chorionic gonadotropin in 2009. Anthony—who is not a doctor, despite his claims—is now being investigated by both federal and state law enforcement to determine his… »1/27/13 6:45pm1/27/13 6:45pm

Andy Pettitte Does A Frankie Five Angels At The Roger Clemens Trial [UPDATE]

Andy Pettitte was supposed to be the prosecution's star witness at the perjury trial of Roger Clemens. According to the Los Angeles Times, Pettitte was the only person expected to say under oath that Clemens had used human growth hormone other than Clemens's former trainer, Brian McNamee. But when Pettitte showed up… »5/02/12 5:15pm5/02/12 5:15pm

The New York Times Provides The First Drug Smear Of The Baseball Season

"For the last few years," The New York Times writes in the Bartolo Colon story that we flagged earlier today, "baseball and other sports, while fighting to limit the use of performance-enhancing drugs, have been faced with a new and murky challenge: players getting sophisticated blood treatments, often from doctors… »5/12/11 6:20pm5/12/11 6:20pm