Current hall of famers who used steroids

Class of 2009
Sue Vodrazka, Benet
Kevin Kristan, Carmel Catholic
Don Heldmann, Fenwick
Bob Koleno, Holy Cross
Mike Goolsby, Joliet Catholic
Terrence Marable, Marian Catholic
Pat Quinn, Marist
Jack Cole, Notre Dame
Deryl Cunningham, St. Joseph
Dr. Joseph Schmidt, St. Patrick
Lynn Gaziano, St. Viator

Class of 2008
Joseph Fedinec, Benet
Jim Halford, Carmel
Dana Ballard, Fenwick
Emily Marino, Joliet Catholic
Kathryn Gleason, Marian Catholic
Al Brazen, Marist
Augie Genovesi, Notre Dame
Tony Reeder, St. Joseph
George Strnad, St. Joseph
Doug Reibel, St. Patrick
Mike Taylor, St. Viator

Larry Fitzgerald is a bit of an ageless wonder. At the ripe age of 33-years-old, Fitzgerald led the NFL in receptions in 2016. And with his current resume, the 10-time Pro Bowler is well on his way to being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. Fitzgerald has already hauled in 1,125 receptions for 14,389 yards and 104 touchdowns — and will continue to add to those totals until he retires. What’s even more remarkable about his production is that he played with mediocre quarterbacks for the majority of his career.

Woodson got a taste of what his NFL career would be like while still in college.  He won a National Championship and the Heisman Trophy while playing for the University of Michigan. Since joining the NFL ranks in 1998, Woodson has been named the Defensive Rookie of the Year, been selected to eight Pro Bowl’s and is a seven-time All-Pro.  He won Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 while helping the Green Bay Packers to a victory in Super Bowl XLV.  With 56 interceptions and 13 touchdowns, Woodson is sure to find himself in Canton someday.

Current hall of famers who used steroids

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