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Wednesday 12, Oct 2011

  Hall of Fame quarterback admits to steroid use

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In a radio interview, Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw admitted to using steroids during his playing days.

“We did steroids to get away the aches and the speed of healing,” Bradshaw said.

The Hall of Fame quarterback said on the Dan Patrick Show that he only used steroids for helping him deal with injuries.

Wednesday 27, Oct 2010

  Terry Bradshaw admits to use of steroids

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Terry Bradshaw admits to use of steroidsHall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw has admitted to making use of steroids during his playing days during a radio interview.

Bradshaw, who led the Pittsburgh Steelers to four Super Bowl titles in the 1970s, said that he only made use of steroids for helping himself deal with injuries.

Bradshaw was twice named as the Most Valuable Player in the Super Bowl and was also the NFL MVP in 1978.

Monday 30, Jun 2008

  NFL’s Bradshaw clarifies steroid comments

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Terry Bradshaw SteroidsTerry Bradshaw has recently clarified his comments on his use of steroids. On the Dan Patrick radio show last week, the Hall of Fame quarterback admitted use of legal steroids back in the 1970s. On Sunday, he drew a distinction between legal steroids and banned anabolic steroids.

“We did steroids to get away the aches and the speed of healing. My use of steroids from a doctor was to speed up [healing after] injury, and I thought nothing of it. . . . It was to speed up the healing process, that was it. It wasn’t to get bigger and stronger and faster.”

Bradshaw further explained that he was referring to therapeutical corticosteroid injections, which are used to reduce inflammation. He emphasized that they were not anabolic steroids that build muscle and sometimes cause extreme side effects.

“I’m not bodybuilding here,” Bradshaw said, laughing about the confusion that stemmed from the interview. “They were not those kind of steroids. They were anti-inflammatories.”

Bradshaw offered the clarification while appearing at a news conference to welcome Michael Strahan to the Fox NFL Sunday team.
Bradshaw suffered neck, wrist and elbow injuries during his career and quit the game for good after suffering an elbow injury near the end of the 1983 season.

Several Steelers players from the 1970s have admitted to using steroids, including the late Steve Courson, whom Bradshaw mentioned in the interview with the program’s host.

Anabolic steroids have legitimate medical uses. They are commonly used in hormone replacement therapy for men with low testosterone levels to improve libido. Other medical uses of anabolic steroids include growth and appetite stimulation, treatment for certain types of anemia, as well as gender dysmorphia.

Non-medical use of anabolic steroids is widespread in sports that require speed, power, and strength. Athletes, such as those in bodybuilding and weightlifting, use anabolic steroids because they enhance performance and physique.

Wednesday 25, Jun 2008

  Terry Bradshaw admits using steroids

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Terry_Bradshaw_steroidsFinally a major NFL star , Terry Bradshaw, came out and admitted he used steroids. He’s the best case of why if someone was to buy steroids and use steroids, it wouldn’t mean they would die in 20seconds as claimed by the ignorant media. Bradshaw is 60 years old and he’s in fine shape even after brutal NFL beatings and clear steroid ABUSE not use! football players don’t use anabolic steroids , they abuse them. Just like you can drink one glass of wine or finish a bottle of vodka, that’s obviously being an alcoholic.

Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw admitted that he took steroids while playing football in the 1970s, according to several reports.

Bradshaw said on The Dan Patrick Show on Thursday, “We did steroids to get away the aches and the speed of healing. My use of steroids from a doctor was to speed up (healing after) injury, and I thought nothing of it. … It was to speed up the healing process, that was it. It wasn’t to get bigger and stronger and faster.”