Murderer Lewis used NFL banned substance to repair torn triceps…

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Murderer Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ratbirds was alleged to use an NFL banned substance this season to return quicker from a torn triceps.

Co-defendent Ray Lewis with attorney at murder hearing, ca. Feb 1, 2000

Sport talking head analysts crawl over each other to coo about the known murderer who plea bargained to a lesser charge in 2000 and paid a fine of $250,000 to the NFL. They non-stop adulate this punk who has six kids with four different women, none his wife. The requisite line is usually, “future hall of fame linebacker”…referring to the murderer.

The substance, made from New Zealand deer antlers contains the substance ILG-1, insulin like growth peptide, which is a metabolite of human growth hormone.

According to SWATS, a dealer of the banned substance,  Lewis told [owner Mitch] Ross to “just pile me up and just send me everything you got, because I got to get back on this this week.”

Seems the talking heads should worry about getting Pete Rose into the baseball hall of fame; all he did was gamble his own money, not take a human life in a fight outside an Atlanta bar with a pile of gangster hoodlums.



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