I think they are not going to release what they test positive for as part of the agreement with the players.DrunkCajun said:I think this is a very poor start. They haven't released the name of the substance he tested positive for. For all we know, its marijuana.
Since part of this is supposed to be the "peer pressure" factor to keep players on top of one another, and Sanchez here is denying use of any performance-altering substances, how is this really going to help anything?
Geeno said:To my dismay, many sources of media still refuse to refer to marijuana as a performance enhancing drug.
Don't forget the classic: "My trainer gave them to me, and he swore they were legit!" Or: "I thought it was just cold medication!"MixedVariety said:Oh, come on now. He's innocent. It was something he bought over the counter. Or someone slipped him something when he wasn't looking, yeah, that's it. Or failing that, the testing procedures are flawed.