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Tuesday 27, Sep 2011

  NFL suspends Jamar Nesbit

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New Orleans Saints guard Jamar Nesbit has been suspended by the NFL for violating the league’s policy on anabolic steroids and related substances.

Nesbit’s suspension begins immediately.

Jamar Nesbit has started 87 games in his career with the Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Saints.

Sunday 20, Mar 2011

  Steroids is an issue in NFL

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Steroids is an issue in NFLThe NFL has had a “rash” of positive tests under its policy about anabolic steroids and related substances, according to Fox 31.

The station reported, while citing a “highly-placed NFL source”, said there have been as many as 10 positive tests.

A first violation results in a four-game suspension under policy of the league for anabolic steroids and related substances.

Monday 24, Jan 2011

  Three NFL players tested positive for Bumetanide

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Three NFL players tested positive for BumetanideThe trio of defensive tackles and three players with the New Orleans Saints – running back Deuce McAllister and defensive ends Will Smith and Charles Grant – have been identified in media reports as testing positive for a banned drug.

The players reportedly tested positive for Bumetanide that figures on the NFL’s list of banned substances.

Bumetanide is a diuretic that can mask the presence of anabolic steroids.

Thursday 20, Jan 2011

  Two of the six suspended NFL players respond

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Two of the six suspended NFL players respondTwo of the six players suspended by the National Football League (NFL) for testing positive to drugs are about to challenge the ruling.

The NFL suspended defensive tackles Pat Williams and Kevin Williams of the Minnesota Vikings, a trio of players with the New Orleans Saints – running back Deuce McAllister and defensive ends Will Smith and Charles Grant – and centre Bryan Pittman of the Houston Texans for violating the league’s policy on anabolic steroids and related substances.

The drug in question is Bumetanide, which is a diuretic that can mask the presence of other substances, including steroids.

Monday 25, Oct 2010

  Jamar Nesbit suspended for four games

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Jamar Nesbit suspended for four gamesNew Orleans Saints guard Jamar Nesbit has been suspended for four games, without pay, after he was found violating the NFL policy on anabolic steroids and related substances.

The suspension begins immediately for Nesbit and he will be eligible to make a return to active roster of the Saints after a game against the Carolina Panthers.

The versatile baseball player has started 87 games in his career with the Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Saints.

Monday 18, Oct 2010

  Grady Jackson sues diet pill manufacturer for suspension

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Grady Jackson sues diet pill manufacturer for suspensionGrady Jackson of the Atlanta Falcons has sued the manufacturer of a diet pill that led to his suspension for four games from the NFL.

It was reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Jackson filed the suit in Superior Court of California against StarCaps diet pills of Nikki Harrell.

Bumetanide, the diuretic, has the ability of masking the presence of substances such as steroids.

Monday 18, Oct 2010

  Suspensions of five NFL players blocked by Judge

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Suspensions of five NFL players blocked by JudgeThe suspensions handed down to five NFL players (Pat Williams and Kevin Williams of the Minnesota Vikings and Deuce McAllister, Charles Grant and Will Smith of the New Orleans Saints) for violating the league’s anti-doping policy was blocked, at least temporarily, by a federal judge.

U.S. District Court Judge Paul Magnuson said that he required more time for ruling on the case involving the five NFL players.

Magnuson wrote in his ruling that the case issues are complex and contentious and it is not possible in the two days that remain before the players at issue are next scheduled to take the field.

Friday 15, Oct 2010

  Deuce McAllister not surprised by doping report

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Deuce McAllister not surprised by doping reportNew Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister recently said that he was not surprised to see his inclusion on a list of players who reportedly tested positive for a drug on the list of banned substances of the NFL.

McAllister also insisted that he tried to play by the rules in the wake of victory attained by the Saints over the San Diego Chargers at Wembley Stadium.

McAllister said that he and many others have been going through with this for a while and it is all for others to find out about it.

Friday 15, Oct 2010

  Three players reportedly tested positive

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Three players reportedly tested positiveThree players are the latest to be named after testing positive for a drug that features on the list of banned substances by the NFL.

Multiple media reports identified the trio of defensive tackles and three players with the New Orleans Saints – running back Deuce McAllister and defensive ends Will Smith and Charles Grant – as testing positive for Bumetanide.

McAllister said that a counsel has been hired to do the job as per regulations of the NFL.

Thursday 17, Sep 2009

  New Orleans Saints pair would still be able to play

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New Orleans Saints pair would still be able to playNew Orleans Saints Will Smith and Charles Grant would still be able to play just like the two Viking players.

Grant and Smith have a case similar to that of the Williamsons. They also unknowingly ingested a banned diuretic contained in a weight loss product. The diuretic was known to mask the presence of anabolic steroids.

The NFL may have decided not to suspend the pair after the other two players took legal action, which resulted for their suspension to be put on hold.

According to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in a written statement, the primary goal of the league is to uphold fairness, effectiveness, and integrity of their program.

He believes that the appropriate step to take is to defer the suspensions of the four players while discussions regarding legal options continue with the National Football League Players Association.

According to players, the National Football League knew that the supplement StarCaps contained bumetanide but did not inform the players who were using it.

The league argued that they made the necessary actions according to the testing program. Whatever the players ingested, even if unknowingly, is still the responsibility of the player.

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