As the calendar approaches April, so does the potential flurry of reports regarding players who tested positive for banned substances at the Scouting Combine.
A source with knowledge of the situation tells us that at least one “good prospect” generated a positive urine test in February during his visit to Indianapolis.
The source hasn’t supplied a name. And even if the source did, we wouldn’t be repeating it here without confirmation.
A couple of years ago, false reports of positive tests appeared on two websites. Two of the players who were falsely accused of testing positive — B.J. Raji and Clay Matthews — received a karma-type reward via their Super Bowl championship with the Packers. Another one — Brian Cushing — later tested positive for a banned substance and served a four-game suspensions.