185 NFL Players Linked to Performance-Boosting Drugs

185 NFL Players Linked to Performance-Boosting Drugs

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San Diego Union-Tribune has investigated the drug policies of National Football League (NFL) and players that have been linked to performance enhancing drugs. According to the Union-Tribune’s investigations there are 52 Pro Bowl players that are among the 185 NFL players who can be tied to illegal use of such drugs since 1962.

The San Diego Union-Tribune has done its own “Mitchell Report” of sorts on performance-enhancing drugs in pro football. The baseball Mitchell Report had 85 names going back to about 1993. The accompanying list has 185 names linked to such drug use dating to 1962 and also 85 names since 1993. It includes 52 former Pro Bowl players and four Hall of Famers.

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