Lions' Rogers suspended four games
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Shaun Rogers, one of the NFL's most talented players at his position, has been suspended four games for a violation of the steroid and related substances policy, the league said Wednesday.
Rogers told ESPN.com's Michael Smith that he was taking an appetite suppressant that contained a banned substance, a form of ephedrine, to help eliminate the late-night cravings he had while dealing with a sleeping disorder. Rogers, who underwent surgery in ...
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