Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by DBOY3141, May 17, 2013.
just saw on ESPN that Irvin has been suspended for PED's.
he was a risky pick for a lot of reasons, Seattle knew that going in
And they reached for him.
What the chance he comes back at a level less than he was before?
What the hell, is Coach Carroll giving those things away like candy over there?
He was thought of as a 3rd rounder most of the time leading up to the draft. About a week before he was risng into the 2nd. Then all of a sudden he goes in the mid-first.
Seattle definitely reached since there was little hope he would ever br more than a nickle pass rusher.
Apparently, why not heck it worked at USC
Irvin had a pretty darn good season for a specialist, let alone a reach. Going off PEDs likely does not affect his crazy speed and ability to bend around the corner.
Hmmm....Maybe tell Merrimen that...
Going off performance enhancing drugs will definitely affect his enhanced performance. If it didn't, he got himself popped for nothing.
This guy's a great story, but I'm glad he's SEAs problem.
u mean like shawne marrimen?
What about Cushing? Except he kept juicing lol.
it was just aderall. i doubt that's gonna ruin him.
Ah, ya he's fine then. This whole freaking defense was on adderall. It definitely makes you think faster though.
Common side effects of Adderall Oral:
Upper Abdominal PainLess SevereChronic Trouble SleepingLess SevereLoss of AppetiteLess SevereFeel Like Throwing UpLess SevereThrowing UpLess SevereNervousLess SevereEasily Angered or AnnoyedLess SevereFalse Sense of Well-BeingLess Severe
Infrequent side effects of Adderall Oral:
Feeling RestlessSevereUrinary Tract InfectionSevereHivesSevereFeverSevereRashSevereTrouble BreathingSevereAllergic Reaction caused by a DrugSevereAnxiousSevereFeeling Anger Toward SomethingLess SevereDry MouthLess SevereIncomplete or Infrequent Bowel MovementsLess SevereInability to have an ErectionLess SevereDrowsinessLess SevereDizzyLess SevereLow EnergyLess SevereExcessive SweatingLess SevereInvoluntary QuiveringLess SevereTaste ProblemsLess SevereWeight LossLess SevereHead PainLess SevereFast HeartbeatLess SevereHeart Throbbing or PoundingLess SevereDiarrheaLess SevereFeeling WeakLess SevereSexual ProblemsLess SevereAltered Interest in Having Sexual IntercourseLess Severe
Rare side effects of Adderall Oral:
Taking Habit Forming DrugsSevereDepressionSevereAggressive BehaviorSevereWorsening Symptoms of Tourette's SyndromeSevereHigh Blood PressureSevereHeart AttackSevereAbnormal Heart RhythmSevereStrokeSevereHepatitis caused by DrugsSevereToxic Epidermal NecrolysisSevereStevens-Johnson SyndromeSevereMental ImpairmentSevereHallucinationSevereFeeling FaintSevereSeizuresSevereChest PainSevereLife Threatening Allergic ReactionSevereGiant HivesSevereReaction due to an AllergySevereMood ChangesSevereMental Disorder with Loss of Normal Personality & RealitySevereChronic Muscle Twitches or MovementsLess SevereDisturbance in the Ability of the Eye to FocusLess SevereDouble VisionLess SevereBlurred VisionLess SevereDilated PupilLess SevereFeeling Unhappy or UnwellLess SevereHypertalkativeLess SevereHair LossLess SevereVoluntary Movement DifficultyLess SevereNumbness and TinglingLess SevereBehaving with Excessive Cheerfulness and ActivityLess Severe
Eh, just speaking from experience he should be fine playing football if adderall was his PED. It really shouldn't affect his play too much besides not being as quick to make decisions. Heck, I'm sure many of these Seattle guys play on it again. It can clear out of your system in around 2 days.
I think a good portion of the league is on Adderall and a mere 4 game suspension isn't going to deter any player from taking it. Heck I know a lot of perfectly healthy college kids take it for studying purposes.
Ya adderall is everywhere. These players could probably just slip a doc some cash and get a prescription if they really want to.
It will definitely effect his play. Or else why would he have taken it in the first place?
I need boxes of this stuff to give to some of the morons I work with.
I really don't see why players take it without a prescription. Literally all you have to do is walk into the doctor's office and say you get distracted easily and have difficulty concentrating and you'll get a prescription.