There is definitely an undercurrent of dissatisfaction among some Major League players with regards to how the league’s drug program works.
Jon Jones was pulled from UFC 200 after failing a drug test weeks before the event.
Atlanta Braves outfielder Jeff Francoeur wants Major League Baseball to punish performance-enhancing drug users more severely, and the 12-year veteran says he is not alone.
UFC 200 was thrown into a frenzy on Wednesday night when it was revealed that Jon Jones failed an out-of-competition drug test, leading to the UFC to remove him from his scheduled fight against Danie
O.J. Mayo has been dismissed and disqualified from the NBA after violating the terms of the league’s anti-drug program, the NBA announced Friday.
The NFL is reportedly set to ramp up its investigation of the allegations levied against several players in the recent Al-Jazeera America PED report.
Marlon Byrd again tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug, and one Padres pitcher was not shy about saying how he felt about Byrd and anyone else who cheats the game.
Cleveland Indians outfielder Marlon Byrd has reportedly tested positive for performance enhancing drugs for a second time.
Byrd would be facing a 162 game suspension if the report is true.