• Ex-quarterback says HGH could cause rise in injuries


    NEW YORK: Former NFL quarterback Brady Quinn, who has spent time with seven clubs, told CBS Sports on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila) the rash of major player injuries could be because players are taking human growth hormones (HGH). In a podcast on CBS Sports, Quinn said that while he was not basing any claims on knowledge or evidence, he noted supplements such as HGH can help players get larger at the expense of making them more injury prone and guessed “40 to 50 percent of guys are taking something” banned.



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