Kansas City Chiefs: The Steroid Era

Joe JonesCorrespondent IMay 12, 2009

KANSAS CITY, MO - DECEMBER 21:  Brian Waters #54 of the Kansas City Chiefs looks on during the game against the Miami Dolphins on December 21, 2008 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

As Major League Baseball is full of the steroid drama from Barry Bonds, to Alex Rodriguez, and now Manny Ramirez, do the Chiefs have any prospects?  

Steroids have taken front page in the sports world of late and Major League Baseball has been in the forefront of it all.

But by no means is it allergic to the National Football League. Either the policy in the NFL is stricter, or our players are hiding it better.

When was the last time you heard an NFL player being caught?

If you look at some of the Chiefs' players on the offensive line, everyone is over 300 lbs. The lineman are huge and buff.  

It makes you wonder how they got there in such a short period of time. Sure we came a long way with weight training and special dieting but college kids are coming to the NFL looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger.

It might not be too long now before you start to hear some big names around the NFL being accused of some kind of steroid use.  

The kids coming out now are more bigger and scarier than ever before. Maybe Campbell's soup has something here "Mmmm Mmmm Good."