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(ESPN)   Both of the Seattle Seahawks starting cornerbacks are up for suspension for taking performance enhancers. The rest of the league still thinks those monsters were grown in a mad scientist's lab, but this is a start   (espn.go.com) divider line 103
    More: Obvious, Seahawks, Seattle, performance enhancers, cornerback, suspensions, Aqib Talib, Brandon Browner, NFC  
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2012-11-27 10:39:41 AM  

jaylectricity: I made it half-way through the thread and didn't notice anybody saying how it's always Adderall. As if that's the most benign thing you can be busted with in the eyes of the public. The league doesn't announce what they tested positive for. It's spin, it's the players and their agents putting it out there that it was "just" Adderall.


Unless you're Johnny Jolly. His suspension...continues.

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2012-11-27 11:36:38 AM  

jaylectricity: I made it half-way through the thread and didn't notice anybody saying how it's always Adderall. As if that's the most benign thing you can be busted with in the eyes of the public. The league doesn't announce what they tested positive for. It's spin, it's the players and their agents putting it out there that it was "just" Adderall.


What is perplexing is that, over the years, the NFL has been quite content with "leaks" telling the public what the players were accused of. Did something change with the new agreement?
 
2012-11-27 03:15:18 PM  

whizbangthedirtfarmer: jaylectricity: I made it half-way through the thread and didn't notice anybody saying how it's always Adderall. As if that's the most benign thing you can be busted with in the eyes of the public. The league doesn't announce what they tested positive for. It's spin, it's the players and their agents putting it out there that it was "just" Adderall.

What is perplexing is that, over the years, the NFL has been quite content with "leaks" telling the public what the players were accused of. Did something change with the new agreement?


I was wondering to myself if it had anything to do with HIPAA law, but maybe it's in the CBA.
 
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