Embracing the challenge has always been a part of Adrian Peterson’s persona. Bring it on, the star running back has often said with a smile.
The NBA for the most part has managed to avoid the major performance-enhancing drug scandals that have plagued the NFL and Major League Baseball over the last decade. Commissioner David Stern is hoping to keep it that way.
Major League Baseball will test for human growth hormone throughout the regular season and will step up efforts to track the use of artificial testosterone.
Baseball players and owners signed an agreement for a new labor contract Tuesday, a deal that starts blood testing on human growth hormone and expands the playoffs to 10 teams by 2013.
The players’ union has told the NFL to hold off collecting blood for HGH testing, and the league isn’t happy about it.
If you are a professional athlete and you were associated with Canadian Dr. Anthony Galea in the past, you are probably feeling a little uneasy right about now.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has taken the test for human growth hormone that he wants to require for all players, according to a report this week.
While meeting with hundreds of high school students during an assembly about the dangers of performance-enhancing substances, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was asked the following question:
Major League Baseball has so many things working to its advantage including a century old resilience to overcome every challenge placed before it.
A new published report says the NFL wants to test all its players for human growth hormone.