There is fresh news when it comes to the prevalence of performance-enhancing drugs in sports, but how much interest do you still have in the subject?
After years of denying it, Floyd Landis admitted to ESPN.com's Bonnie Ford that he used performance-enhancing drugs throughout much of his career, including his memorable Tour de France win. Not stopping there, he also sent names of others guilty of the same thing to officials in the sport and anti-doping officials.
Meanwhile, not long after Brian Cushing gained headlines for PED-related reasons, Santana Moss was linked in reports to controversial Canadian doctor Anthony Galea.
Which of the new stories is most meaningful, and how much do you care about finding out which players are doing what?