On the eve of what is supposed to be his last-ever game as an NFL player, Sports Illustrated reports that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has been huffing deer antler spray provided by a steroid alternative company run by a former male stripper. Yeah. It’s a big deal because deer antler spray contains a substance that is banned by the NFL. After Lewis tore his triceps in an October 14 game against the Cowboys, Lewis called the dealer in question for a prescription.
Ross prescribed a deluxe program, including holographic stickers on the right elbow; copious quantities of the powder additive; sleeping in front of a beam-ray light programmed with frequencies for tissue regeneration and pain relief; drinking negatively charged water; a 10-per-day regimen of the deer-antler pills that will “rebuild your brain via your small intestines” (and which Lewis said he hadn’t been taking, then swallowed four during the conversation); and spritzes of deer-antler velvet extract (the Ultimate Spray) every two hours.
Lewis has denied use and the Ravens haven’t made a decision about whether Lewis will play Sunday yet. Other sports figures, including golfer Vijay Singh, and former NFLer Health Evans, also have connections to the company. And also take deer antler spray. [SI]