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Deer antler extract should keep him out of the hall of fame. It's clear the extract will bring you closer to god which is also a bad thing in the eyes of tbb posters.
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
At least he used Antler extract. Id be a little more worried if he put Deer Semen on his tongue, I wouldnt put it past Ray Ray though he is hard core. Here is the real deal though. I could care less if he used it to rehabilitate. Ray Ray is the greatest MLB of All Time and only used it to come back from injury. Its not like he used this to get a competitive edge on the competition. Haters gonna hate
3 time POTW, member since 2006, MLWTI: 4-3
Is deer antler extract a performance "enhancing" drug?
You arent getting it. i think he cheated under the NFL's stupid rules. If he wants to go blow a deer antler to help him rehabilitate Im all for it. I think its funny. Did he break the rules? Technically yes. I love it because there is not a damn thing Goodell can do about it. I have no problem with this bro. Some people are acting like Ray Lewis murdered someone.
but you have a HUGE problem with Te'o? funny
Why is it any thread Jeff4SC starts quickly runneths over with sensitivity?
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
that wasn't directed at you, hit the quote button on accident. I think it's crazy that something like that is banned though. Something that helps you heal but doesn't offer a competitive advantage shouldn't be banned. Also how in the hell do they keep up with everything that could be banned? I've never heard of f-1whateverTheafuckitis. They make it almost impossible for players to know everything that would be considered banned.
I wish guys could juice all they wanted to 24/7, honestly.....I do.
He lied to America and that sir is un-American! Honestly could careless about Teo, the ND hype machine is what made so many people jump on him when it came out
You are getting way to defensive of Teo bro. He is gay, so what? All he had to do was admit it instead of having his boyfriend help him to come up with a ridiculous ploy to through peoples gaydar off track. Even Notre Dame players came out and said he was always a bit "strange". They should have put their name on it, but I understand the backlash that could come to them (anonymous players) .
I personally do not even think that deer antler extract works. However, I honestly doubt that is all he has ever taken. There are ways around testing. FWIW I do not care if an athlete takes performance enhancing drugs so I am not knocking Lewis or anyone else.
I don't GAF about this story anymore because no matter how it all "actually went down" we will never know the exact truth. However since you brought this up I will say this, the teammate quotes were highly underplayed in all this, people basically overlooked them for the most part......
On Thursday, ESPN reported that a teammate said the players thought he created drama over the girl's death. He said Te'o enjoyed the attention he received because of death of the girl. Another player said teammates questioned if a girl he met once really was his girlfriend.
Another anonymous teammate told PepperOnSports.com: "He lied, but the media blew it up. ... Right after the Michigan (State) game. He should have never brought her in the media. His grandma passing was enough."
Is this player suggesting he knew Teo was lying as early as the Michigan State game or is that a misleading quote? You decide...
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Red Goodman 15 months ago
saw many tweets from other ND players calling out the "anonymous" players
what game is this you speak of?
Man the obsession continues...
I love it
Btw - Ray Lewis has passed every drug test for banned substances the NFL has given him
You see sub-intelligent people take ESPN rumor info as fact then run to this board like they have "breaking news" looking for friends.
Lets assume the quotes and the tweets are all from ND players as I believe they are, tell me, isn't it sooo funny at how you always get an out in your arguments? Now we suddenly have a set of good hearted ND players calling out the mean hearted ND players and you (the fan) get to pick which ones you believe and which ones are lying. I mean fk, surely the ones on twitter taking up for Teo HAVE to be telling the truth right, no way they'd simply support Te'o publicly to help erase any belief that the anonymous (evil) quotes may have come from them as well. Meh, never....
And even if the anonymous quotes didn't come from any of the guys who supported Te'o, it's still convenient that you get to say no this group is truthful and that other group isn't. I'm not faulting you by the way, I'd stick up for our guy as well.
This post was edited by Red Goodman 15 months ago
Six kids with 4 women, runs around with murderers, so what if he took roids?
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
This was an approved substance in 2008... i have used this in the past with good results... has similar compounds to HGH but is not nearly as potent.
Ravens coach talking about how this helps with concussions... pretty interesting since this was way before all the concussion talk.
this is the swats spray test and breakdown of how the spray is made. in 2008 nfl tells nfl player deer antler is ok
Honestly I've always been a fan of Ray. He's an amazing player and storyline. But I always figured he juiced and he also comes across as some kind of Kevin Garnett clone where he tries to over-dramatize everything from breakfast to football itself and just seems fake as hell.
Now that cannot be defended - birds if a feather do flock together I guess
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