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Sunday 27, Nov 2011

  Options on enforcing HGH testing deal evaluated by NFL

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After the NFL and NFLPA not coming to a final agreement on HGH testing and the NFLPA already agreeing that players will submit to testing, the NFL has at its disposal several options for enforcing the language of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

One ore more of the options could be used at some point by the NFL.

The NFLPA has resisted HGH testing and argued that WADA’s “population study” of Olympics athletes may not translate to NFL players.

Saturday 26, Nov 2011

  HGH testing proposal made by NFLPA

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The NFLPA has made a proposal regarding an HGH testing protocol after a meeting with two members of Congress that resulted in an apparent commitment to commence the collection of blood samples for the purposes of HGH testing.

The proposal details are contained in an item posted at ProPlayerInsiders.com, an official licensee of the NFLPA.

However, the agreement creates the false impression that no agreement on HGH testing has been reached as the NFLPA had agreed only to eventually “discuss and develop” the procedures for testing.

Monday 08, Dec 2008

  Federal judge says suspended NFL players did not use steroids

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NFL steroidsThe five players suspended for violating the NFL’s policy on anabolic steroids and related substances got a temporary reprieve as a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction against the suspension.

The five players who were suspended for four games each were Kevin Williams and Pat Williams, of the Minnesota Vikings, and Charles Grant, Deuce McAllister and Will Smith, of the New Orleans Saints. They tested positive for a banned diuretic in the dietary supplement StarCaps.

The Williamses, however, had already secured a temporary restraining order days prior to the issuance of the injunction.

The NFL Players’ Association has sued the league to block the suspensions. NFLPA argued that NFL, particularly its medical advisor, decided not to inform players over the spiked weight-loss product.