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NFL to talk to players tied to Al-Jazeera PED report - 06-24-2016, 07:25 PM

The NFL has informed its players union that league officials plan to show up on the first day of training camp to interview three players named in an Al-Jazeera America report linking them to performance enhancers and other drugs.

Adolpho Birch, the NFL's senior vice president of labor policy and league affairs, wrote in a strongly worded letter to NFL Players Association counsel Heather McPhee – obtained Friday by USA TODAY Sports – that Green Bay Packers linebackers Julius Peppers and Clay Matthews and Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison all will be scheduled for interviews the day their respective camps open. The Packers are scheduled to hold their first practice on July 26 and the Steelers on July 29. Mike Neal, a former Packers linebacker who’s currently a free agent, will be interviewed on or before July 22, the letter said.

The letter didn’t mention former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, the most prominent figure in the report. Manning is now retired and not a member of the union. But that investigation is also progressing, a person with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports, speaking on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to discuss the case.

The union responded in a statement late Friday: "The NFL has chosen to initiate an investigation of these players based upon now-recanted statements that appeared in an Al Jazeera report. The NFLPA requested from the NFL any additional evidence supporting an investigation of the players; the NFL did not provide any such evidence, nor did they inform the NFLPA or the players that any such evidence exists. Instead, the NFL has decided to publicly pressure the players into submission. We will continue to advise our players about their rights and hold the NFL accountable."

The allegations were made by Charlie Sly, a former anti-aging clinic intern who was secretly videotaped as part of the Al-Jazeera documentary. Sly has since recanted, but NFL officials, including Commissioner Roger Goodell, have vowed to pursue the matter.

“On January 11, 2016, the league notified Messrs. Peppers, Neal, Matthews and Harrison that it had initiated an investigation following the airing of the Al-Jazeera America documentary, which raised serious issues concerning their possible violation of the NFL/NFLPA Policy on Performance-Enhancing Substances,” Birch’s letter said. “The players were further advised that, with their full and timely cooperation, the investigation would be conducted expeditiously and with minimal disruption.

“While the investigation has proceeded, we have yet to interview the players. We have attempted since early April to work through the NFLPA to schedule them, but despite multiple requests the NFLPA has failed to respond, except to seek reconsideration of the basis for the investigation. This continuing delay and avoidance has obstructed our ability to conduct and conclude the investigation.

“In fairness to all, including the players involved, we must move forward with the interviews. Accordingly, this will advise that the interviews of Messrs. Peppers, Matthews and Harrison will be scheduled for the first day of their respective training camps, and the interview of Mr. Neal (free agent) will take place on or before July 22. The players will be advised of the specific scheduling details by separate correspondence on which the NFLPA will be copied, and of course an NFLPA representative may attend each interview should the player so request.”

The collectively bargained drug policy allows for the NFL to discipline players “found through sufficient credible documented evidence … to have used, possessed or distributed performance-enhancing substances,” even if they didn’t fail a test or run afoul of the law. A footnote says “sufficient credible evidence includes but is not limited to: criminal convictions or plea arrangements; admissions, declarations, affidavits, authenticated witness statements, corroborated law enforcement reports or testimony in legal proceedings; authenticated banking, telephone, medical or pharmacy records; or credible information obtained from Players who provide assistance pursuant to Section 10 of the Policy.”





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08-25-2016, 11:38 AM

I wish the NFL would just leave Harrison the fuck alone. I mean seriously. They have tried several times to crucify him. He meets with the NFL today and I hope he makes them look like the hipocrits they are. Anybody who has watched Harrison workout can see his genetics are off the chart and yes I have no doubt he uses or has used PED's but he also is a freak of nature. Leave the fucking guy alone. If the NFL isn't fining him for hitting hard in a hitting sport their chasing him for PED's. Whatever happened to innocent until proven quilty? Oh that's right this is America. That's only for the super rich white fuckheads. My bad....AR....
   
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08-26-2016, 03:10 PM

Unfortunately, when you constantly take public shots at the head of the company that you work for, the company is going to look to take a few shots back at u. Other players in the league have issues with Goodell and the NFL, but the smart ones are a little more measured in how they say it and to whom. The lesson here is, it's what you say, it's how you say it.


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