Six total players tested positive at Scouting Combine

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Previously, three players have been identified via published reports as testing positive for a banned substance at the Scouting Combine:  Ohio State tackle Mike Adams, Arizona State linebacker Vontaze Burfict, and Virginia Tech cornerback Jayron Hosley.

Per a source with knowledge of the situation, three more players who attended the Combine also tested positive.

The names aren’t yet publicly known.  But the teams know who they are.

43 responses to “Six total players tested positive at Scouting Combine

  1. Wait so this Burfict guy is horrible and goes to the combine stoned, what a guy. I am shocked that Janorious wasnt one of them at least he is smart enough wow.

  2. I don’t blame those players. The NFL/ESPN are the ones at fault for springing the combine without any notice. Pretty crappy thing to do in my opinion.

  3. Wonder how many GM’s, coaches, TV personalities and personnel people would pop?

    Gruden’s gotta be on something. Probably a combo of meth, ecstacy and red bull.

  4. What is with these guys? They’ve been playing their whole lives with hopes of going pro, and they finally get to go prove themselves at the Combines and fail their drug tests? C’mon MAN!

  5. At this point you actually have to assume that Burfict doesn’t want to play in the NFL. Short of punching ol’ Roger in the jaw, I do not know what else he could do to show teams he isn’t interested.

  6. No problem, memo 339 will be sent to remind everyone about memo 1 to memo 338 about disclosing confidential information. Since memo 1 to 338 were written in English, memo 339 will be written in Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Korean, Swedish, Arabic, Chinese, Mongolian, Hebrew, Mexianese, Greek, Romanian, Hungarian, South Africanese, Nigerian, Botswanian, Fijian, Somalina, Portugese and any other language requested.

  7. naw janorious knew the test was coming and went to gnc to clean his urine up, the others probably didnt use a strong enuff supplement to mask that mary jane up

  8. What’s so alarming about this if I’m a GM is not that they smoked weed. I would be naive to think a lot of these guys dont.

    No, this is about the level of stupidity that a player could have if he knows he’s going to be tested at the combine and he goes ahead and smokes anyway.

    Now this same chowderhead is gonna go diagnose Peyton Manning for my team?? Uh, no

  9. I guess the only reason we have a privacy act is for when the players go to piss in the cup, the act itself is done in privacy, right!

  10. Time to end the madness-young dudes smoke the “evil weed” get over it already and demand full legalization as there are far more important issues to worry about.

  11. We shouldn’t put these guys on a pedestal as most may be athletic but are no different than everyone else. Their parents might believe they are special but they aren’t.

  12. whatnojets says:
    Apr 25, 2012 4:58 PM
    No problem, memo 339 will be sent to remind everyone about memo 1 to memo 338 about disclosing confidential information. Since memo 1 to 338 were written in English, memo 339 will be written in Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Korean, Swedish, Arabic, Chinese, Mongolian, Hebrew, Mexianese, Greek, Romanian, Hungarian, South Africanese, Nigerian, Botswanian, Fijian, Somalina, Portugese and any other language requested.

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    Don’t forget Ebonics, or in this case…ECronics

  13. Six more dope heads for the dopey vikequeefs to sign. Ziggy should put a “head shop” into the plans for their new $1 billion monument to their stupidity he’s trying to burden the dummy MN taxpayers with.

  14. “rdrs68 says: Apr 25, 2012 5:02 PM
    Time to end the madness-young dudes smoke the “evil weed” get over it already and demand full legalization as there are far more important issues to worry about.”

    You don’t get it. Like it or not, weed is against the law and is considered a narcotic. These guys know weed is against the law and against league (and NCAA) rules, yet they STILL decided to flaunt the rules and law. They KNOW they will be tested at the Combine, yet still smoked. That just raises a flag to their intelligence level much more so than the Wonderlic test.

  15. alot of players smoke weed. hell if they have smoked and played all their careers then why does it matter anyway. Just kidding but not really. Its the drunk people i worry about. NBA doesnt even test for weed so I don’t worry about weed smoking NFL players.

  16. I get these guys are moronic for using at all, for forsaking the opportunity before them. However, its just as gross to watch these coaches, scouts, and even agents, and so called media journalist leaking information for the sake of not paying a guy what his talent dictates. All these guys will catch on somewhere and may well end up with HOF careers, people won’t look back on a failed piss test. This is big business tactics, the individuals and the people around them carry the blame. But, for teams to act so highly moral, when most are clearly not is disgusting. Every NFL party like “the taste of the NFL” several fans leave driving over the legal limit, just like campaign dinners, and FOP cop events. Keep it 100

  17. 6 players get busted at the combine and screw up their careers? Why do you think they call it dope?

  18. If they are smoking weed…who cares? I don’t think any team truly cares if you smoke weed or not.

    I think they do consider it a flag if you don’t have the sensibility or foresight to stop smoking for a while in order to pass your drug test.

  19. It seems like the NFL might need to update their policies as more and more states are decriminalizing marijuana and passing medical marijuana bills.

    They may also need to accept that if the claim of medicinal use is made, HIPPA privacy guidelines would make any positive test private – and not something that could be shared with GMs or the public.

    If they were really concerned about player welfare they’d prohibit the more harmful drugs – albeit the legal, taxable ones like alcohol – as well. But I don’t see that happening no matter how many players get DWIs

    I can’t think of the last time I read about an NFL player getting high and killing someone – but I recall more than a few players who killed people driving drunk.

  20. Agree with joesixpack. HIPPA is not being enforced. Somebody needs their license(s) revoked. I don’t see how professional players don’t receive the same privacy laws as everyone else. I understand the millions of dollars at stake for G.M.s, and their respective teams. However the public does NOT have the right to these results. NFL is about to get sued to the hilt. Kiss my arse on the concussion B.S. though. These guys must be morons way before any head injuries invoked if they thought sticking there heads into a pile wouldn’t incur some sort of damage. Fark it, I blame the liberals (lookin’ at you Florio).

  21. I also agree that if you can’t stop smokin’ the spleef for a mere couple of months, then you have weak willpower, and as a G.M. that would tell me a lot about the commitment, or lack thereof. Again, quite a bit of money at stake.

  22. @Vikingsprimetime…this a comment section, correct? Where opinions are posted. I do apologize, if my post gave you a headache, please go back to enjoying your comic books.

  23. mushin9 says: Apr 25, 2012 4:58 PM

    Wonder how many GM’s, coaches, TV personalities and personnel people would pop?

    Gruden’s gotta be on something. Probably a combo of meth, ecstacy and red bull.

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    I LOL’ed

    Good stuff

  24. The headline “Six total players …” had me thinking is it possible for half a player here; a third of a player somewhere else … to be tested positive?

  25. I wish people would stop treating MAry Jane like it is some horrible scourge and letting it KILL people’s careers for making a safer choice than being a drunk.
    Man, college kids having their careers killed for the wrongly categorized cannibus is insanity.

  26. I wouldn’t pick anyone who tested positive if there was any reasonable alternate choice available. Not because I think marijuana is the root of all evil or any nonsense like that, but because in testing positive, in an event they knew for months in advance that they would be tested at — that player showed me the caliber of his decision making skills and self-discipline and they were both severely lacking to non-existant.

  27. Late breaking news from the Bengals war room……the Bengals plan on drafting all 6 players.

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