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Tuesday 24, May 2011

  Ainge recounts his problems with drug abuse

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Ainge recounts his problems with drug abuseThe Jets’ backup quarterback, Erik Ainge has opened up about his abuse of alcohol, cocaine, and heroin.

Ainge told ESPN that he began using drugs at the age of 12 years and was a victim of multiple overdoses, drunk driving, extended stays in rehab, and relapses.

From NJ.com:

Ainge, 24, said he has been sober since July 17, which he says is his longest stretch of sobriety since he was 11.

The Jets drafted the former University of Tennessee star in 2008. Ainge was suspended for four games without pay that year for violating the league’s policy on anabolic steroids and related substances.

“I’m a drug addict,” Ainge said. “I was in denial for a long time, but that’s who I am.”

Monday 13, Sep 2010

  Erik Ainge enters rehabilitation facility

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Erik Ainge enters rehabilitation facilityErik Ainge, the New York Jets backup quarterback, recently entered a drug treatment, rehabilitation facility for “recreational issues.”

It was disclosed by a team source to the Daily News that the Jets are extremely disappointed in what looks to be a relapse for the quarterback and do not have a timetable for Ainge’s return.

With uncertainty around the return of Ainge, fellow quarterback Kellen Clemens and Kevin O’Connell will be battling out for the final quarterback spot.

Wednesday 26, Nov 2008

  Jets to be fined by NFL for two doping suspensions

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new-york-jets-steroidsAs a consequence for a second suspension off their roster, the New York Jets faces a fine from the National Football League under a newly adopted policy.

Jets rookie quarterback Erik Ainge tested positive for a banned diuretic and was slapped with a four-game suspension for violating NFL’s steroids and related substances policy.

Ainge’s teammate Jesse Chatman was the first to commit doping infraction when he tested positive for bumetanide. He was penalized with a four-game suspension without pay a week prior the start of the season.

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones has figured in several run-ins with authorities with the recent one taking place last month at a Dallas hotel in what one news article has described as “an alcohol-related scuffle with a bodyguard”. Pacman was suspended for four games for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.