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Video: How to pursue the Ray Lewis PED story

Ray Lewis dismissed the report that he was given a deer-antler spray that contained a banned substance to help heal his torn triceps. CineSport's Noah Coslov & the Inquirer's Bob Ford discuss.

Video: How to pursue the Ray Lewis PED story

Ray Lewis dismissed the report that he was given a deer-antler spray that contained a banned substance to help heal his torn triceps. CineSport's Noah Coslov & the Inquirer's Bob Ford discuss.

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Bob Ford has been writing about Philadelphia sports since 1981, and is still trying to figure it all out. A former beat writer covering the Phillies and the 76ers, Ford became a general sports columnist for the Inquirer in 2003, following in and occasionally falling in the deep footsteps of Bill Lyon, Frank Dolson and many distinguished others. He comes to the Philly.com blogosphere after award-winning success as designer/editor of the fabulous Pen & Pencil Club softball blog. Likes: Palestra, inside-the-park home runs, sunny days. Dislikes: phony people, cloudy days, rewrites. Reach Bob at bford@phillynews.com.

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