S.W.A.T.S Co-Owner Mitch Ross Says Ray Lewis Used His Products

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Keith Britton
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was allegedly given a banned substance to aid his recovery from a torn triceps according to an article published by Sports Illustrated.

Read the Sports Illustrated report here.

The in-depth article said that Lewis received an array of treatments from a sports science company called S.W.A.T.S that included deer-antler velvet spray. The spray contains IGF-1, which is banned by the NFL.

Mitch Ross, co-owner of S.W.A.T.S, joined Bull & Fox to talk about how he first met Ray Lewis, his claims that Lewis used his product as a performance-enhancing supplement, the explanation of what his products actually consist of, why the NFL has red-flagged his product, the future for his findings and more.

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