Player representatives to the union will vote Friday to implement HGH testing for the 2014 NFL season.
Player representatives to the union will discuss the NFL’s latest drug policy proposal during a second conference call.
The 32 player representatives to the union could vote Tuesday on changes to the NFL’s drug policy that potentially could implement HGH testing.
The NFL and the players’ union are meeting Monday to discuss the league’s drug policies. Both sides are considering potential changes to the policies and to discipline for players who violate them.
There’s a disturbing uptick in the number of teens using human growth hormones a new study says.
Track coach Jon Drummond is suing athlete Tyson Gay, saying that he is facing a lifetime ban over doping charges from the same organization that pursued Lance Armstrong.
Federal investigators say a 17-year veteran of the Arlington Police Department provided confidential information to a known drug dealer.
David Stern is optimistic that blood testing for Human Growth Hormone will be added to the league’s testing policy in time for the 2013-14 NBA season
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he believes there will be an agreement soon with the players’ union for testing for human growth hormone.
HGH is a banned performance-enhancing drug that is hard to detect and has been linked to health problems such as diabetes, cardiac dysfunction and arthritis.
According to a report in the Miami New Times, Texas Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz allegedly purchased PEDs from a Miami clinic whose core business was selling human growth hormone, testosterone and anabolic steroids.
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.