Re: Does bb cut cunningham in offseason? if he needs peds just to make it to this level of play, what will he be without it.
posted at 11/28/2012 8:45 PM EST
In response to Neal Page's comment:
In response to pezz4pats's comment:
Let's stop this BS right now, crusty.
1, It is a PED Do you even know what performance enhancing means?
2,, it's a banned substance
3, it is illegal to take without a prescription
5, there is ZERO proof that aderall is even what he took. It could be anything from Sudephed to HGH.
6, Players are copping to it because it seems to be the lesser of the evils. But JohnQPublic really doesn't know. You can only speculate. I'm sure BB thinks any PED is unneccessary!
Meaning they don't need crap to perform.
7, Please S T F U about this. You are obviously very WRONG and your opinion means squat, especially since your opinion is flat out WRONG!
Not only is it wrong, your insistance that Aderall is NOT A PED, is a flat out lie.
Adderall, which is banned by virtually every sports organization, provides many benefits to
athletes, say medical experts. "There's no question it's a performance-enhancing drug," says Dr. Gary Wadler, a past chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency's Prohibited List Committee.
The potential lure becomes obvious when Dr. Gary Wadler, past chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency's Prohibited List Committee, begins listing off the benefits of Adderall to an athlete.
"It masks fatigue, masks pain, increases arousal âÂÂ like being in The Zone," begins Wadler, currently an associate professor of medicine at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine, in a phone interview.
"It increases alertness, aggressiveness, attention and concentration. It improves reaction time, especially when fatigued. Some think it enhances hand-eye coordination. Some believe it increases the mental aspects of performance."
That's not to mention possible increases in acceleration, speed, strength and power that accrue to Adderall users. It's no wonder that Wadler calls Adderall "one of the quintessential performance-enhancing drugs. There's no question it's a performance-enhancing drug."
Adderall has been banned by virtually every sports organization, from the NCAA to MLB to the NFL. But the NFL, like other sports, allows players who have a medical need for the drug to use it without penalty, after they have applied for and been granted a Therapeutic Use Exemption.
The NFL doesn't disclose the number of therapeutic exemptions issued, but MLB in 2011 granted 105. Such numbers were an eye-opener to Wadler.
Here he comes, folks! LOL! Exclamation points and desperation won't work. Adderall is also not a masking agent. ANOTHER lie by your allies here.
If there isn't 100% medical agreement, then it's not a definitive. Period.
Devert much? Now it's not a masking agent. It is a PED. Stop with the lies.
The whole world is laughing at you. Heck, I bet even TOM BRADY is laughing at you.
Oh, and please devulge what this mysterious lawsuit is that the NFL is afraid of. Asked you 4 times last night and never got an answer. Did you fantasize one yet? Pfft.
How anyone can pass this BS off as fact is beyond human reasoning. It makes no sense.
You make no sense.