They have been involved, e.g., offering advice and assistance to the NFL on expanding testing.. But none of these leagues is a signatory to WADA, nor can WADA compel them to sign on.If USADA, Tygart and WADA are so concerned about doping and so concerned about what non-Olympic sanctioned sports do or don't do, why don't they get involved in the MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL?
WADA expressed concern after Aljazeera reported on a U.S. clinic selling HGH to NFL and MLB players . But where these sports are concerned, WADA can't do much more. One might better ask, where were all the sports journalists when evidence, which was never denied, indicated Petyon Manning's wife ordered HGH, even as several medical experts testified it that it should be legally prescribed only for several quite rare diseases, none of which Ashley Manning appeared to have. Not to mention that probably a majority of NFL fans are fine with doping, really don't care at all whether players on their team are doing it.