It's not like he would go ahead and admit this.
Ray Lewis tore his triceps back in an October game against the Dallas Cowboys. The injury was supposed to be season ending, but the future Hall of Famer refused to be placed on the season ending Injured Reserve. It was a curious decision, but one that wasn't questioned much.
When Lewis actually came back for the playoffs, it was somewhat of a "miraculous" return.
When asked about the Sports Illustrated report that claims that he used a banned substance to recover from his torn triceps injury, Lewis refused to comply.
Lewis dismissed the report during Tuesday’s Media Day session, quipping, “next question,” when asked about the SI story. Later, when asked again about the SI report, he said: “To even entertain stupidity like that, tell them to get a story off somebody else.”
Even someone as formidable as Ray Lewis might be in over his head on this one. That SI report has a recorded conversation with Lewis where he asks fo...