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Failed Drug Tests at Combine Measure Stupidity More Accurately Than Drug Use

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It’s that time of year again, Draft Week, when the list of collegiate players who failed their drug tests at the NFL Combine is released. To understand the level of ignorance of players who fail tests, you have to consider that the NFL announces when the combine is going to be held months beforehand. You would think that a player would have ample time to get off “the juice” and show up to Indianapolis drug-free. If only it were that simple? As a father of two youngsters, I can understand the ignorance and even stupidity that comes with youth, but where are the agents, advisers and trainers in this whole mess? Can the group of people representing each player all have their heads jammed in their dark crevices simultaneously? No one had a better take on this year’s list than former Saints and Browns NFL lineman LaCharles Bentley. Enjoy the tweets my friends.

I love that book!

I’ve administered drug tests, you really only need four weeks.

This year the village idiots are ten to thirteen players, including: Florida State offensive tackle, Timmy Jernigan, along with linebackers Telvin Smith and Christian Jones. Louisiana State quarterback, Zach Mettenberg and Miami offensive tackle, Seantrel Henderson, who continues his meteoric draft demise. Oy vey, guys, you’re killing me!

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