Steroids and illegal substances ruled the morning. Ray Lewis has been tied to a deer antler spray as well as chips designed to improve performance and reduce injury time.
Miami New Times report links A-Rod, Melky & others to anti-aging clinic and performance-enhancing drugs. nyti.ms/11aueTk— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) January 29, 2013
Looks like this is BALCO East. Ugh. miaminewtimes.com/2013-01-31/new…— Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) January 29, 2013
SWATS owner told Yahoo in 2011 that Ray Lewis ordered 25 bottles of deer antler PED spray. 1 bottle = 2 month supply. bit.ly/gSzK1P— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) January 29, 2013
so, a-rod...gotta be glad this antler story dropped today, no? #dontlookatme— Bomani Jones (@bomani_jones) January 29, 2013
Randy Moss says he's the greatest wide receiver ever.
Allen Iverson has declined a spot in the D-League.
Pau Gasol says he will accept his role on the bench and won't request a trade from LA.
Ed Reed agrees with President Obama's concerns about the NFL and the safety of football players. Apparently, many players feel the same way, as the players union is now funding a $100 million study on player injuries from football.
Akron wanted to put players' Twitter handles on the back of their jerseys. Obviously, that old-head NCAA shot them down.
Mario Balotelli will head back to Italy to play for AC Milan.
Curren$y is dropping his next project New Jet City on Super Bowl Sunday. Here's the first release, featuring Wiz and Rick Ross.