In the federal hearings held the other day, Donald Fehr mentioned that as of right now, there is not a “reliable test” for detecting HGH usage in the players.

Then, he proceeded to brag about how the player’s union and the owners have stepped up their game by banning HGH.

Donald, if there is no test for HGH, essentially meaning no way to police the issue, is it really a big step to ban it? Come on man, get your head out of your butt.

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