Did Ray Lewis use deer antler spray? That's what a sports science business owner claims.
The article appears in the February 4th edition of Sports Illustrated.
Christopher Key is one of the two men who owns "Sports Alternatives to Steroids."
Deer antler spray is also known as IGF-1. It is a banned substance.
According to the report, Lewis asked Key for help rehabbing his torn triceps.
After an explanation of all of options including the deer antler spray, Key tells Sports Illustrated, "send me one of everything."
The story does not say whether it was used. Lewis told reporters at Super Bowl Media day, he's never failed a NFL drug test.
The story also points out there's no evidence deer antler spray would help human performance.
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