• NFLPA, NFL still can’t agree on Goodell’s role in HGH testing

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Aug 22, 2013
    Though at times over the last two years it has appeared that the NFLPA has been trying to delay the implementation of HGH testing, this last sticking point seems to be legitimate. Specifically, the league and the union haven’t finalized a deal to conduct HGH testing because the union wants third-party arbitration to apply to all HGH violations. The man who oversees the NFLs drug program says the players union has buyers remorse about HGH testing. HGH is a banned performance-enhancing drug that is hard to ...
    • NFL notebook: Squabbling over HGH testing continues

      The man who oversees the NFL's drug program says the players' union has 'buyer's remorse' about HGH testing.
      Source: indystar.com
    • Congress may 'intervene' on HGH tests in NFL

      The man who oversees the NFL's drug program says the players' union has "buyer's remorse" about HGH testing.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • NFL blames lack of HGH testing on “buyer’s remorse” and “delay tactics”

      The NFL and the NFLPA don’t usually agree on much. For now, they agree on the reason for their latest disagreement. Which is nice. Specifically, the league and the union haven’t finalized a deal to conduct HGH testing because the union wants third-party…

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