(CBS) Somewhat buried in a bizarre Sports Illustrated cover story about questionable performance enhancing products is the suggestion that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may have used a deer-antler spray this season that contains a banned substance.

Lewis took 10 deer antler pills a day and used deer antler spray under his tongue every two hours after he suffered the injury against the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 4, SI.com reported on Tuesday. Lewis called the report “stupidity” at Super Bowl media day

UPDATE (2:23 P.M. ET): Predictably, Lewis denied any involvement with S.W.A.T.S during his Media Day appearance, saying he's never used deer-antler spray. Look, we really need to pace ourselves here, people of the

Sports Illustrated has a fascinating look at the shadowy underworld of sports science con men who are peddling just about anything they can think of to desperate players. If you thought Manti Te'o was naive for falling for the

Lewis took 10 deer antler pills a day and used deer antler spray under his tongue every two hours after he suffered the injury against the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 4, SI.com reported on Tuesday. Lewis called the report “stupidity” at Super Bowl media day