Doping – NFL probing 3 superstars
Breaking news in the NFL today during the off season when news broke out today that a report linked to Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers and James Harrison to doping products. They will be be interviewed in the coming months by NFL authorities and this article of Doping – NFL probing 3 superstars is brought you by FanPicks where you can play the only fantasy cross-sport contest in the world. (Click to playClick).
A letter from the senior vice president of NFL Adolpho Birch was obtained Friday by The Associated Press said the linebackers Matthews Green Bay Packers and Peppers and linebacker Harrison Pittsburgh Steelers will be interviewed at the opening of training camps.
The Packers will launch their camp on 26 July, while the Steelers will meet on 29.
The letter also mentions the name of self-defensive lineman Mike Neal, who will also be met. No mention of the shift in retirement Peyton Manning, who had yet been identified in the report of Al-Jazeera in December.
But USA Today, citing an unidentified source, reported that the investigation into the actions of Manning also progressing.
The NFL first informed Matthews, Peppers, Harrison Neal of its investigation on 11 January. The investigation has progressed, but Birch says the Association of NFL players did not respond to “several requests for interviews” with the players, who will be accompanied by a union representative.
Al-Jazeera America reported allegations of Charlie Sly, who worked as an intern in an anti-aging clinic. Sly is however retract thereafter.
Running back Darren McFadden Cowboys inactive for two months
Running back Dallas Cowboys Darren McFadden will miss two months of activities after suffering a broken elbow in the last days.
Running back 28 years has inflicted the injury by doing chores around his home.
McFadden has amassed 1,089 rushing yards and scored three touchdowns last season, his first with the Cowboys.
Often kept out of the game by early career health problems, McFadden has played 16 games for his club in the last two campaigns.
The amateur draft in April, the training led by Jason Garrett was selected in the first round Ezekiel Elliott rusher, product of Ohio State University.