More on the San Diego Tribune's steroids in the NFL treatise.
But where's the outrage for football users?
A study by The San Diego Union-Tribune found 52 former Pro Bowl players with links to such drugs, plus 133 others in the NFL dating to 1962. Many were caught by drug testing or outright admitted it. Yet there have been few public calls for asterisks by their names, records and championships. Why do few fans seem to mind compared with the outcry in baseball?
The list of 185 names contains players at every position, from every team, and from virtually every year over the past three decades.
There are 52 players with “Pro Bowl” on their resumes, and four who have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Milestone moments in the NFL's performance-enhancing drug history, along with baseball, NCAA milestones.
It was the first steroids scandal in NFL history, and it remains the biggest. On Aug. 29, 1989, 13 players from eight teams were suspended for flunking steroid tests.
To this day, many of the 13 wonder why they were singled out.
Frankly, juicing in the NFL will not end until someone in the US government (sorry Libertarians) decides to investigate it, or someone like Priest Holmes sues a juicer like Shawn Merriman for prematurely ending his career. How much did Holmes lose when a 'roided Merriman hit him in 2005?