Deer Antler Spray Panic: Vijay Singh Is Dumb, But He's Not A Doper

Vijay Singh admitted to using deer antler spray, a "supplement" containing the banned substance IGF-1. But deer antler spray is so ineffective at delivering IGF-1 that the PGA tour has decided not to punish him. This is almost more embarrassing for Singh: he may not be suspended, but he did get scammed. »5/01/13 10:05am5/01/13 10:05am

A Reminder That The NFL Doesn't Test For The PED Ray Lewis Says He's Never Tested Positive For

Yesterday, SI reported that Ray Lewis had received the banned substance IGF-1, a muscle-building hormone resembling insulin. (Two years ago, Yahoo reported the same thing.) Lewis responded in two ways. First, he blamed it on the devil. Second, he noted that he has never failed a drug test. »1/30/13 4:45pm1/30/13 4:45pm

Ray Lewis Has Reportedly Used A Banned Substance For Years, But No One Cares Because It's Football

In the wake of baseball's latest PED scandal, the NFL has one of its own. Everyone try to look surprised. This week's issue of Sports Illustrated has a story on supplement company S.W.A.T.S. That stands for Sports with Alternatives to Steroids, the alternative apparently being non-steroidal banned drugs. »1/29/13 1:55pm1/29/13 1:55pm