Brandon Marshall Says Some Players Use Viagra To Gain An Edge During Games

Brandon Marshall Says Some Players Use Viagra To Gain An Edge During Games
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Brandon Marshall is trying to get a rise out of us, clearly. As we debate whether sports has an Adderall problem, or a “blame it on Adderall” problem, Brandon Marshall has sprung Viagra on us.

According to Sean Jensen, Marshall said today that he has heard “crazy stories of players trying to get an edge, including use of Viagra.”

Sildenafil Citrate (Viagra) does open blood vessels for blood flow, and can also be used to treat hypertension, so maybe some players are using it for that reason?

We know this, though, the Bears’ impotent offense does not have a Viagra problem.

via The Big Lead 

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