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Description: Cute Flutterboob Baby Bodysuit – The only perfect bodysuit on the market? The only thing is it’s super CUTE!!! These adorable onesies will be the outfit of the season and they will be a huge hit….Families of former NFL players from the 1970s who claim former players were poisoned with an illegal steroid are suing the league, NFL Network, the NFL Alumni Association and seven former players.

The lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court of Minnesota names nine former players as defendants on claims that they were exposed to the drug Deca-Durabolin, which was banned in 2000.

The lawsuit alleges former NFL players took Deca during the 1970s and 80s, a time when some former players said that a “steroid curse” started to threaten their lives and careers.

DECA-DURABOLIN, WHICH IS UNLAWFULLY USED IN SPORTS, WAS BANNED IN 2000

The athletes had injected Deca in their buttocks, legs and thighs and many also injected it into their arms, the lawsuit claims.

The suit, which seeks class action, alleges the former players had symptoms of heart and prostate cancer after they retired and were at risk of developing disease as they grew older.

A group of retired NFL players filed a similar lawsuit earlier this year and settled with the NFL at the beginning of May for $1.92 million.

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy responded to the new lawsuit and said, in part, “We will vigorously defend ourselves against this new lawsuit that, as in the previous one, is based on flawed evidence and unfounded conclusions.”

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The eight plaintiffs in the lawsuit are seeking “substantial” damages for medical monitoring and future medical costs; however, the NFL Players Association could use the information to help retired players and their families with any current medical conditions.

The NFLPA didn’t immediately respond to request for comment.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.Q:

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