ALBANY, N.Y. – Two more people linked to a nationwide investigation into the illegal sale of steroids were arraigned Tuesday on drug-related charges as published reports implicated more athletes, including former relief pitcher John Rocker. Steven and Karen Lampert of Anti-Aging Centers in Nanuet pleaded not guilty in an Albany County, N.Y., courtroom and were released without bail. They are charged with submitting prescriptions to a Florida pharmacy – some “obviously forged” according to the district attorney – for drugs totaling more than $50,000 for people without a medical need. Prosecutors describe the Lamperts as “criminal associates” of Signature Pharmacy in Orlando, Fla. Albany County District Attorney David Soares says Signature was at the center of a web of businesses and doctors that illegally wrote prescriptions for steroids. The arraignments come a day after not guilty pleas were entered in Albany by 11 other defendants, including four Signature Pharmacy officials. Also Tuesday, SI.com reported Rocker, 1996 Olympic wrestling gold-medalist Kurt Angle and former major leaguer David Bell all showed up on a client list of Applied Pharmacy, a Mobile, Ala. company raided in connection with the investigation. Through his spokeswoman, Rocker, who pitched for the Atlanta Braves, Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers and Tampa Bay Devil Rays, denied any knowledge of the prescription and denied ever receiving a banned substance, SI.com reported. Bell told SI.com he received the shipment of human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) last April, but said the drug was prescribed “for a medical condition,” which he declined to disclose. Soares also acknowledged that bodybuilder Victor Martinez was an “unindicted co-conspirator” in the case and is linked to the Lamperts’ Anti-Aging Centers. Martinez won the Arnold Classic bodybuilding competition Saturday in Ohio. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Steven Lampert is charged with 20 counts, his wife with two. “It seems as though our clients have much less involvement than the others,” said Jay Golland, a lawyer for Karen Lampert.