Nike athletes caught in scandal

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Alex Rodriguez admits to using PEDs in 2009.

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Nike has contracts with the biggest names in sports. This roster has had its share of scandal. We have compiled a list of some of the notable scandals and review how Nike handled each of them. Following the Biogenesis drama, Nike decided to drop Ryan Braun. Find out who else Nike has dropped and who the company decided to stick with.

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