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Juiced?: Carl Monday Investigates Cleveland Browns Steroid Use

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO)- Getting to the Super Bowl takes talent, determination, and a little bit of luck.

But some NFL players may be trying to boost their chances by using performance enhancing drugs…players with the Cleveland Browns.

At the Gorilla Pit Gym in Mentor, Ohio they're throwing their weight around. Preparing for the world strongman competition, and they're doing it steroid free.

It's that same credibility that the national football league has tried to cultivate, with one of the toughest drug testing program of the major sports. A program that resulted in the suspension of Brown's tackle Ryan Tucker and former Browns quarterback Tim Couch.

But how many other NFL-ers are abusing performance enhancing drugs and getting away with it? And do any of them wear the orange and brown?

It's another exclusive Carl Monday investigation.

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