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Former Steelers doctor charged with conspiracy to distribute steroids, HGH

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A doctor who worked 22 years for the Steelers faces 185 counts relating to his practices since leaving the team.

According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dr. Richard Rydze faces charges in Northern Ohio of conspiracy to distribute steroids, HGH, and painkillers.

Prosecutors contend that Rydze distributed the substances from September 2007 through March 2011 “for unauthorized uses such as bodybuilding and athletic performance enhancement.”  While the steroids portion of the case doesn’t overlap with Rydze’s time with the Steelers, he’s accused of obtaining more than 21,000 Vicodin tablets from February 2005 through October 2011.

In 2009, ESPN tried to make a smoke-fire connection between Rydze and the Steelers, without evidence that Rydze ever gave steroids or any other banned substance to Steelers players.  The curiously-timed report came as the Steelers were migrating through a playoff tournament that resulted in their most recent Super Bowl win.  Alas, ESPN ultimately declined to make its reporter, Mike Fish, available to answer basic questions about the story.

It’ll be interesting to see whether and to what extent ESPN dusts off the story in the hopes of raising questions about whether Rydze was giving steroids or HGH to Steelers players.

Maybe they’ll wait for Pittsburgh’s next postseason game.

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  1. thereisfootballwestofjersey says: Oct 19, 2012 1:32 PM

    No way! HGH in the NFL? What ever happened to that new drug testing program that was part of the 2011 CBA? Not a word about it over a year later.

    SHADY!

  2. billhicks666 says: Oct 19, 2012 1:33 PM

    Pittsburgh Steelers and steroids is kinda like bacon and eggs.

  3. ravenmaniacisback says: Oct 19, 2012 1:36 PM

    What???? Astericks (*) next to ALL steelers superbowl wins!! What a shame…..Stairwayto1!

  4. bcjim says: Oct 19, 2012 1:40 PM

    Travis Trygart is on a plane to Pittsburgh to pick up ill gotten Lombary trophies.

  5. marthisdil says: Oct 19, 2012 1:44 PM

    ravenmaniacisback says: Oct 19, 2012 1:36 PM

    What???? Astericks (*) next to ALL steelers superbowl wins!! What a shame…..Stairwayto1!

    ===============

    Just like roids in baseball….if it wasn’t against the rules (specifically) back in the day, it was legitimate.

  6. thetooloftools says: Oct 19, 2012 1:44 PM

    Has anyone ever Googled “Steelers and Steroids”?
    No surprise to me.

  7. caseyanthonymunoz says: Oct 19, 2012 1:44 PM

    It’s one thing for a player to use PEDs but for it come from the top? Pretty sad. Wide spread organizational cheating. Steeler fans better never bring up Bounty Gate, Spy Gate, or anything similar again. Because when somebody on the payroll in the front office is heading this up, it’s ten times the scandal as any other in NFL history. Calls into question their SB rings.

  8. crownofthehelmet says: Oct 19, 2012 1:44 PM

    21,000 vicadin tablets over a 6 year period = 3,500 per year, or 66 vicadin per 53-man starter over the course of a year.

    So let’s call it 20 weeks to a season (though actually longer with OTA, etc), so that equates to 3.3 vicadin per starter per week.

    I’m no pro athlete, but that actually seems low to me.

  9. tlmoon2112 says: Oct 19, 2012 1:45 PM

    That would explain Roethlisberger’s abuse of women, Harrison’s head hunting and maybe even Hines Ward’s drinking problem among other things.

  10. thelastwordyaheard says: Oct 19, 2012 1:45 PM

    Pittsburgh Stealers

  11. taintedlombardis says: Oct 19, 2012 1:47 PM

    James Harrison’s body and head are the smoking gun lol

  12. daburgher says: Oct 19, 2012 1:49 PM

    get real people.. to say that hgh and steroids arent a part of EVERY locker room, you must be high. Im not saying its right but its definitely a league wide problem.. just look at the size speed and strength of these guys… 2+2=4 right?

  13. lightcleric says: Oct 19, 2012 1:49 PM

    Brace yourself Steeler fans, the Commish might make an example out of you to pretend he took care of the issue.

  14. ravenator says: Oct 19, 2012 1:50 PM

    Crooks associated with Pittsburgh? Must be the steeler way.

  15. harrisonhits2 says: Oct 19, 2012 1:51 PM

    ‘The curiously-timed report came as the Steelers were migrating through a playoff tournament that resulted in their most recent Super Bowl win.”

    There’s nothing curious about it. Classic bspn tactic to grab ratings during the playoffs.

    Did the same thing to the Pats in 07 taking the spygate 2 accusations and ran with it in a big way right before the Super Bowl. They’ve done it several other times over the years.

    BSPN the worldwide joke of sportscasting. Don’t have the kind of story you like ? Make things up and worry about the fallout later.

  16. RavenzGunnerz says: Oct 19, 2012 1:51 PM

    Now we know what keeps Ben going

  17. crownofthehelmet says: Oct 19, 2012 1:53 PM

    @ caseyanthonymunoz

    “Because when somebody on the payroll in the front office is heading this up, it’s ten times the scandal as any other in NFL history.”

    It’s funny you don’t consider Belicheck front office. Maybe he’s not technically, but if it quacks like a duck…

    And by the way, this has no impact on how the world views the Patriots tainted SB wins. Much to your dissapointment I’m sure.

  18. caseyanthonymunoz says: Oct 19, 2012 1:56 PM

    marthisdil says:
    Just like roids in baseball….if it wasn’t against the rules (specifically) back in the day, it was legitimate.

    Steroids was specifically against the rules in baseball. Banned by Fay Vincent in 1991.

  19. hrmlss says: Oct 19, 2012 1:59 PM

    I for one am shocked. Shocked I tell you. Would never have suspected it. I’m Emmited. I think they are getting Vilma’d.

  20. JA says: Oct 19, 2012 2:00 PM

    Am I missing something?

    Does the press release say he specifically supplied drugs to the Steelers or is this just wishful thinking from other fans around the NFL?

  21. latchbeam says: Oct 19, 2012 2:01 PM

    No way! Not the Steelers!?

  22. yssupasigninnamnotyep says: Oct 19, 2012 2:02 PM

    That would explain James Harrison’s huge noggin.

  23. iamthefootballjerk says: Oct 19, 2012 2:05 PM

    taintedlombardis says:
    Oct 19, 2012 1:47 PM
    James Harrison’s body and head are the smoking gun lol
    ===================================

    Hey, my Exhibit A was going to be his neck, or lackthereof, so we are on the same page there. :)

  24. christopher525 says: Oct 19, 2012 2:09 PM

    Well, that might help explain the Steelers’ issue with the new CBA as it had been written. No guarantee he DID give things to players, but there’s also guarantee he didn’t. Maybe it’s a WWE deal, if you get a doctor’s note then you can use the substance.

  25. naes says: Oct 19, 2012 2:17 PM

    Do you guys ever watch Inside the NFL. Look at the locker room shots post game, when the coach is talking to the guys and most have their shirts off. At least 4 out of 5 guys are on the juice.

    That said, so what? If you like football why do you care abou that? These guys do a near impossible task. They slam into each other so many times during a game it’s like surviving a car crash every week for six months. It’s not good for you. It’s not healthy. It will probably shorten your life.

    Just enjoy the game and let these guys do what they need to do to be on the field and have the chance to achieve greatness.

  26. Stiller43 says: Oct 19, 2012 2:17 PM

    “While the steroids portion of the case doesn’t overlap with Rydze’s time with the Steelers, he’s accused of obtaining more than 21,000 Vicodin tablets from February 2005 through October 2011.”

    That seems to be underplayed here…

  27. nflfan555 says: Oct 19, 2012 2:19 PM

    WOW – the Steelers have been cheating for 22 years, I knew there was something fishy going on in Pittsburgh. All those Super Bown titles are now tainted!!!!!!!

  28. painsyndicate says: Oct 19, 2012 2:27 PM

    Explains James Harrison, Hines Ward and Roethlisberger perfectly.

  29. ampatsisahypocrite says: Oct 19, 2012 2:32 PM

    The hilarious thing is, all the haters are rushing here drooling thinking this time it PROVES the Steelers are busted — when in fact it does just the opposite. Of anything, this shows how FAKE the whole speculation is against the Steelers, and how ashamed ESPN should be. Frankly they owe the Steelers an apology.

    Oh and by the way, he’s in NORTHEASTERN OHIO — so he’s closer to another team in the division. You haters figure that one out for yourself.

  30. mungman69 says: Oct 19, 2012 2:33 PM

    No one on the Cowboys cheats.

  31. randallflagg52 says: Oct 19, 2012 2:37 PM

    Steroids and the steelers go hand in hand. Just look at all the old steelers from the 70′s. Mike Webster especially. He actually died from complications of steroids.

  32. mtchainsmoker says: Oct 19, 2012 2:41 PM

    Steroids for all, or steroids for none. There can be no middle ground.

  33. deucedeuce13 says: Oct 19, 2012 2:43 PM

    Buuut he worked for the steelers… Not another team.

    While I don’t doubt the fact there is abuse throughout the league. It’s probably not as widespread as you believe. Testing does occur. Ask Cushing. The comment that 4 out of 5 players are is ridiculous. Just because you can get big in the gym doesn’t mean these guys can’t. They get paid millions to play 17 games. What do you think they do in between. They have trainers, nutritionist, ect. Which is actually the better way to go. In their case, juice is more often used post injury.

  34. 8to80texansblog says: Oct 19, 2012 2:46 PM

    Isn’t that about the time they were winning superbowls?

  35. axespray says: Oct 19, 2012 2:46 PM

    Shame their Defense were too selfish to let their oline in on them roids….

  36. weepingjebus says: Oct 19, 2012 2:47 PM

    At this point I’m waiting for Roethelisberger’s “HGH gut” to start talking like that mutant Quato in Total Recall.

  37. dayumyou says: Oct 19, 2012 2:47 PM

    randallflagg52 says:
    Oct 19, 2012 2:37 PM
    Steroids and the steelers go hand in hand. Just look at all the old steelers from the 70′s. Mike Webster especially. He actually died from complications of steroids.
    _______________________

    hey genius…it wasn’t illegal to use them in the 70′s…..sheesh do u all know anything about the game at all….

  38. DiscountMescan says: Oct 19, 2012 2:55 PM

    randallflagg52 says: Oct 19, 2012 2:37 PM

    Steroids and the steelers go hand in hand. Just look at all the old steelers from the 70′s. Mike Webster especially. He actually died from complications of steroids.
    ————————————-
    A standard Google search too much for you to handle?

    Mike Webster actually died from complications of head trauma (CTE) but yeah they’re the same, right? One’s a drug the other is from having your brain smack the inside of your dome over and over.

  39. geniusfan says: Oct 19, 2012 2:57 PM

    If this doesn’t turn into a big story then the media should be ashamed of themselves.

    Ask yourself this if this was the Patriots how much more coverage do you think this would get? It would be EVERYWHERE. We’d have senators intervening (Arlen Specter anybody?) we’d have morons asking for their rings back (Donovan Mcnabb anybody?) and we’d have mass media coverage.

    The Steelers and steroids are synonymous with each-other there has been much more than one smoking gun.

  40. giahead33 says: Oct 19, 2012 3:04 PM

    Haha, all the haters make me laugh, the Steelers are the model for all franchises in the league, i guarantee there was never any illegal doping, if it makes you haters feel better about them being the big dog in the NFL and the jealousy that comes with 6 rings, go for it, but these are lies and the reporter owes this franchise a very big apology!! And btw, he’s in NE Ohio now, so maybe they should be looking at another AFCN team in that area…..

  41. 99straws says: Oct 19, 2012 3:44 PM

    I love how Steeler fans continue to refer the Steelers as a model organization. There’s this news, plus keeping Ben, Harrison abusing his wife, and countless other things lately that prove otherwise.

    Also, saying everyone does it was guilty people say.

  42. ravenseattheirownpoop says: Oct 19, 2012 4:09 PM

    If you Morons don’t believe there is widespread use of steroids and painkillers on every team your an idiot. Seriously, I know u are that naive. You just wMt a chance to slam the team that has been beating your team for as long as you liked them. It’s the only way u can get a little satisfaction. I understand.
    By the way, we still have the most Lombardi’s in the league! Black and yellow, black and yellow, black and yellow!!!

  43. westclaims says: Oct 19, 2012 4:12 PM

    “In 2009, ESPN tried to make a smoke-fire connection between Rydze and the Steelers, without evidence that Rydze ever gave steroids or any other banned substance to Steelers players”

    The pot calling the kettle black.

  44. bigharold says: Oct 19, 2012 4:13 PM

    Does anybody think that ONLY the Steelers have this problem? Do we all think that in about one generation the average size of a linemen went from the 270-280lbs range to the 300-330 range because they eat better and work out more?

    Give it a rest. I’m not a Steeler fan but there is no point in ranting about them being cheaters or their accomplishments being suspect. Like baseball the use of PEDS wasn’t confined to one team nor was it merely a small minority. Every team had players that used and a majority of the players used at one point or another.

  45. jameskucinski says: Oct 19, 2012 4:25 PM

    I love all the Steelers’ haters. Let’s all act like the Steelers are the only team that ever had any issues with performance enhancing drugs. It’s not like there’s any chance no one in any sports does them.

  46. mactimo says: Oct 19, 2012 4:29 PM

    james harrison has no neck, a barry bonds head, is yoked beyond belief and is 34 yrs old..yea i’m sure its all natural. the same guy that got cut by two teams, in the division no less, all of a sudden becomes a freak of nature on the north side of 28…ummm, yea right!

  47. ziggy26 says: Oct 19, 2012 4:34 PM

    Wow! If Rydze was supplying steroids to the Steelers, than I am 100% positive that the Steelers players are the only players in the league who have ever used steroids. It’s clear that the NFL never has or ever will have a PED problem, and that this must be isolated to one team.

    Seriously, look at Roethlisberger’s body changes since becoming a rookie. Belly fat, enlarged cheeks, double chin. If that doesn’t scream steroid use, I don’t know what does.

  48. thelastpieceofcheese says: Oct 19, 2012 4:35 PM

    Steelers championships while on the “juice” should be vacated!

  49. tincansailor981 says: Oct 19, 2012 4:35 PM

    Uh oh. Goody’s gonna suspend the whole team for a year. Quick, call for an asterisk beside every Super Bowl victory.

  50. vikescry1 says: Oct 19, 2012 4:41 PM

    bahahahahaha wheres stairway and that other troll we got 6 trophy’s? can’t stop laughing… they must’ve stopped using a couple years ago when they lost in the superbowl…

  51. villa41 says: Oct 19, 2012 4:56 PM

    Steelers have been on the juice for decades. Little blue pills passed around in a candy dish. Webster, Courson, Kolb….the list goes on and on.

  52. hotzy21 says: Oct 19, 2012 5:12 PM

    Where is that “7th Lombardi on the way” clown now? Seems steeler fans are always bringing up spygate and bountygate, how ’bout ‘roidgate? Seems that would give you more of an advantage than all these other scandals.

  53. gatorsandsteelerssuckbigblackclocks says: Oct 19, 2012 5:21 PM

    I hate the steelers. Happily hate them. They’ve had the steroid stories circling them since the 70′s so this comes as no shock. Nothing will come of this but it casts a nice dark shadow over this team and their ugly fans. Love this story. Bravo ESPN.

  54. bensstinkyfingers says: Oct 19, 2012 5:23 PM

    Future not looking so good for the Stealers. Enjoy thinking about the 6 tainted Lombardis, since that’s the last trophy your team will see for a long long time. Real shame for the handfull of decent Steeler fans out there. Can’t wait to see where this story goes with the league.

  55. Chargers have no rings says: Oct 19, 2012 5:28 PM

    And here come the Steeler fans with their “Every team in the NFL uses steroids” excuse in 5, 4, 3, 2, ……..

  56. brazzz01 says: Oct 19, 2012 5:31 PM

    This is not surprising.

    It’s too bad that the original story was swept under the rug so quickly. I believe we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg on this and the real story of rampant cheating inside the Steeler has yet to be told. I believe cheating has been going on in the organization for decades. The cheating that brought them 4 titles, and made them competitive in recent years.

    I bet some disgruntled Steeler employee is writing a tell all book right now and we’ll be hearing a lot more about this very soon.

  57. radrntn says: Oct 19, 2012 5:32 PM

    marthisdil says:
    Oct 19, 2012 1:44 PM
    Just like roids in baseball….if it wasn’t against the rules (specifically) back in the day, it was legitimate.
    ______________________________

    back in the day???how about 2007 when he was your team doc. I mean that is more current then lance armstrong winning the tour de france….back in the day huh….lmao

  58. brazzz01 says: Oct 19, 2012 5:34 PM

    “By the way, we still have the most Lombardi’s in the league!”

    6 tainted titles*

    4 from cheating

    2 from the refs

  59. bobzilla1001 says: Oct 19, 2012 5:45 PM

    Obviously the Steelers’ offense hasn’t been using any PEDs: 22nd in scoring last season, 17th in scoring this season, O-linemen dropping like flies, Roethlisberger unable to finish drives with TDs.
    Pass us some of those ‘roids!!!

  60. bobzilla1001 says: Oct 19, 2012 7:01 PM

    randallflaggs:
    Mike Webster died from complications through steroids use?
    Or … Mike Webster died from head trauma?
    Which is it?
    You bleeding hearts can’t have it both ways, depending on the thread to which you are responding.
    ESPN’s investigative skills are suspect at the best, regardless of the subject matter. Can’t believe no one has figured that out yet.

  61. badintent says: Oct 19, 2012 7:56 PM

    @ crown of the helmet,

    Your math is flawed. Not every player would have used them, some other painkillers would have been used so less players using , other players have more vicodin per week. Look at Walter Payton, he took them with Tylenol, got a double dose of acetaminophen from both products , scarred his bile ducts and died from liver failure.Play with fire , get burned.These NFL guys known the clock is ticking super fast every time they put on pads, time to cash in , free agency,etc. Let’s put you in their shoes, see what you do. I say 99 % of you go for the $$$$, take the roids, HGH, painkillers and booze and say, I’ll deal with it after my playing days are done.

  62. darkglobe1 says: Oct 19, 2012 8:00 PM

    PED use in the NFL. This is a story? Every team, every locker room. If you think otherwise you are fooling yourself.

  63. Kave Krew says: Oct 19, 2012 9:13 PM

    Oh, that’s a shame. I’m sure we will get a discertation on how thiere is NO connection to the team and their SB’s.

  64. libertynchurch says: Oct 19, 2012 10:04 PM

    Every team? I am offended. My team is into cocaine, vodka, prostitutes and untreated weed. Please be careful with your generalizations.

    In other words: So What! We reward these people for participating in a blood sport, then get all sanctified when
    we learn of behind-the-scene practices. Fairness? Please!
    I watch to see my team throw, catch, block, kick and tackle better than the other team, and I NEVER give a second thought as to why they are better. Lets get real.

  65. Deb says: Oct 19, 2012 11:23 PM

    Who got the Vicodin? After reading through these comments, I have a heckuva headache.

  66. CKL says: Oct 20, 2012 2:31 AM

    Are roids against the rules? Yep. Do I think that is the cause of championships? Nope. Neither are pay for performance programs or videotapes. I am just laughing at the fact that certain whiny tools who are Steelers fans who constantly rail about the Pats being cheaters are nowhere to be found on this thread. :D

  67. enoughofthatalready says: Oct 20, 2012 9:14 AM

    Can’t you geniuses read? “A doctor who worked 22 years for the Steelers faces 185 counts relating to his practices since leaving the team.”
    What part of “since leaving the team” do you not understand? Besides, here is a simple question for trolls. In the 22 year span from 1985-2007 when this guy was a doctor for the Steelers, they appeared in 2 Super Bowls and won 1. Don’t you think that if this guy was supplying steroids to the Steelers during that time, that just maybe, they would have appreared and won more Super Bowls than that? …..What sort of cheating by the organization has contributed to the success of the Steelers for over a 40 year period? Are you serious? Get a life, people.

  68. enoughofthatalready says: Oct 20, 2012 9:17 AM

    Oct 19, 2012 4:56 PM

    Steelers have been on the juice for decades. Little blue pills passed around in a candy dish. Webster, Courson, Kolb….the list goes on and on.
    -
    That is 3……where is the rest of your list?

  69. fanofthegame says: Oct 20, 2012 9:57 AM

    bobzilla1001 says:Oct 19, 2012 7:01 PM

    ESPN’s investigative skills are suspect at the best, regardless of the subject matter. Can’t believe no one has figured that out yet.

    _______________________

    Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and then.

  70. enoughofthatalready says: Oct 20, 2012 10:26 AM

    Super Bowls tainted? Here is a list for you: Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, Rocky Bleier, John Stallworth, Lynn Swan, Mike Webster, LC Greenwood, Joe Greene, Jack Lambert, Jack Ham, Mel Blount, Donnie Shell and Chuck Noll. The greatest collection of talent in NFL history that won 4 Super Bowls in 6 years. 11 Hall of Famers there and 2 that should be. Now tell me that a team with 12 Hall of Fame players and a Hall of Fame coach only won 4 Super Bowls because of steroids. Also, please give me a comparison team that even comes close ever in having that same assemblage of top quality players. If you know nothing about these players, as you know nothing about real football, look up each of these guys.

  71. gatorsandsteelerssuckbigblackclocks says: Oct 20, 2012 1:59 PM

    Those players you named were good because they pumped each other full of….steroids.

  72. mmmpierogi says: Oct 20, 2012 8:20 PM

    brazzz01 says: Oct 19, 2012 5:34 PM

    “By the way, we still have the most Lombardi’s in the league!”

    6 tainted titles*

    4 from cheating

    2 from the refs

    ********************************************************************

    Out of curiosity, which four are from cheating? The 70′s SBs? And what specific form of cheating are you arguing took place?

    Please tell me it’s steroid/PED usage, because the argument can be ripped 95 ways from Sunday, on multiple grounds (e.g., widespread usage of drugs throughout the league in that era, involving half to three-quarters of the teams playing then; majority of confirmed usage within the Steelers organization involving o-line, which consists of guys who generally aren’t viewed as the backbone behind the 70′s dynasty; frequent use of drugs not to juice up, but to deal with injury; lack of knowledge concerning the implications of steroid/PED usage and lack of policy in place by the NFL to protect against it).

    Read up before you run your mouth.

  73. bobzilla1001 says: Oct 21, 2012 5:07 AM

    mmmpierogi:
    I’m still trying to figure out which “two” of the Steelers’ six Super Bowl wins were allegedly won bcause of “the refs.”
    If these allegations against the Steelers are being issued by Patriots fans, their team’s three Super Bowl victories are actually “tainted” by a.) steroids (Rodney Harrison), b.) cheating (video taping), and c.) the refs (the laughable Tuck Rule)…
    No team was victimized more by spygate than the Steelers.

  74. brazzz01 says: Oct 22, 2012 1:25 AM

    “Out of curiosity, which four are from cheating? The 70′s SBs? And what specific form of cheating are you arguing took place? ”

    Yup. I heard Terry Bradshaw admitted on the radio that he and his team was using steroids while they were winning titles.

    And of course, contrary to what Steeler fans like to claim, abuse of steroids in the 70′s was NOT legal by federal law. They cheated, other coaches like Kip Wood and Jim Haslett even called them cheaters.

    And if it was so “widespread” how come more steeler players have died over the years from heart and other steroid-related ailments than any other team? I don’t buy it.

    Nope, you guys have no argument. Just accept that your titles are tainted by cheating and refs and move on.

  75. brazzz01 says: Oct 22, 2012 1:32 AM

    I’m still trying to figure out which “two” of the Steelers’ six Super Bowl wins were allegedly won bcause of “the refs.”

    The nation saw the fraud that was Super Bowl 40. The Seahawks were the real champions that year. You know it. I know it. The nation knows it. Funny that Steeler homers don’t. LOL.

    As for Super Bowl 43, you came oh so close to your first legitimate title. Unfortunately, Kurt Warner’s incomplete pass near the end of the game was called a fumble which it clearly wasn’t, and the play wasn’t even reviewed which was a absolute joke. The Cardinals would have had the ball on the Steeler 30 with one more shot at a game winning TD. So yeah, the refs gave them that one too.

    6*

    * 4 by cheating, 2 by refs

  76. brazzz01 says: Oct 22, 2012 1:34 AM

    “Super Bowls tainted? Here is a list for you: ”

    A notable group of talent to be sure. It’s a shame we’ll never now how good they really were and how many titles they would have won, since they were illegally using performance enhancing drugs at the time.

  77. brazzz01 says: Oct 22, 2012 1:38 AM

    Funny that James HGHarrison has fallen so far off the map without Dr Rydze around. I wonder why.

    This story is only the tip of the iceberg. I can’t wait till the cheating that I believe has been going on for years in the Steeler organization is finally exposed once and for all.

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