A guy on another thread brought up Lyle Alzado as an example of AAS abuse so I decide to Google Lyle and was surprised to find out he died over 15yrs ago. Time flies.
I mean Christ, can't they come up with a more recent AAS related death in the NFL than him? You would think that since he started AAS and playing 37 yrs ago and claimed 90% of the guys took AAS that he played with, there would be HUNDREDS of AAS related deaths just in the NFL. The NFL cancer rate per population would be off the charts.
Has there been a basball related death or am I missing something? (possible)
I mean really, enough with Lyle Alzado. And please, no mention of Chris Benoit, he killed his family. If that was a side effect of AAS I think that would have come to the surface by now. I think everyone is pretty sure his wires were a little crossed. But the media milked it for all it's worth.
One last thing. With the crap you hear from the MDs today about AAS, imagine what they told Lyle in 1992. No wonder he said he wished he never took AAS. [/quote]