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  • No Name
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    He does look a bit smaller; could be the effects of getting off the drugs.

    In any event, he looks nowhere near big enough to be an NFL running back, nor did he look big enough before.

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  • MJD
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    >"Scroll about 3/4 of the way down the photo selections and you can see some
    >pics of Chambers trying to do the football thing:"

    Those are too funny.
    >Wish I could be there the first time he gets hit by an NFL linebacker (if any
    >teams are actually dumb enough to invite him to training camp, that is).

    Don't you think he looks smaller?

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  • No Name
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    "Scroll about 3/4 of the way down the photo selections and you can see some pics of Chambers trying to do the football thing:"

    Those are too funny. Wish I could be there the first time he gets hit by an NFL linebacker (if any teams are actually dumb enough to invite him to training camp, that is).

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  • MJD
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    And for Chambers, this is a moot
    >point; he has no chance of making it in the NFL.

    Scroll about 3/4 of the way down the photo selections and you can see some pics of Chambers trying to do the football thing:

    http://www.sportsline.com/photos/galler ... IELD/OTHER

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  • No Name
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    That's right, here we go on another thread bashing the NFL. This serves no purpose but to deflect attention from the sad state of our own sport, which is in terrible shape as far as drugs go.

    And for Chambers, this is a moot point; he has no chance of making it in the NFL.

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  • MJR
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    NFL drug policy = oxymoron.

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  • MJD
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    Give them a break. They are too busy looking after serious problems:

    "oaches and team owners have urged him "to take that stuff out of the game," he said during his state of the NFL address, held each year prior to the Super Bowl."

    ""Take taunting out of the game...pens, all the other things, penalties likely will escalate if this does not stop.""

    http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/sports/7840620.htm

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  • Dutra
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    >>I believe union head Gene Upshaw's response to the State Of The Union says
    >it
    >all:

    <<"I don't know who Bush is talking about, but he's not talking
    >about
    >the NFL, because we've already dealt with steroids,
    >performance-enhancing drugs
    >and all of that,">>

    GH -- I think what Upshaw
    >MEANT to say was, "we've already dealt steroids, performance-enhancing drugs
    >and all of that..."

    that extraneous "with" was a copy editing error >

    You mean that some NFL players might still use steroids, performance enhancing drugs and all of that?

    I'm rather shocked.

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  • gm
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    >I believe union head Gene Upshaw's response to the State Of The Union says it
    >all:

    <<"I don't know who Bush is talking about, but he's not talking about
    >the NFL, because we've already dealt with steroids, performance-enhancing drugs
    >and all of that,">>

    GH -- I think what Upshaw MEANT to say was, "we've already dealt steroids, performance-enhancing drugs and all of that..."

    that extraneous "with" was a copy editing error

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  • gh
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    I believe union head Gene Upshaw's response to the State Of The Union says it all:

    <<"I don't know who Bush is talking about, but he's not talking about the NFL, because we've already dealt with steroids, performance-enhancing drugs and all of that,">>

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  • Asterix
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    NFL drug policy?

    This was probably covered in previous threads, but what is the NFL's policy for those who test positive for banned substances? Suspension? Warning?

    I think this is of some relevance given Chambers now actively considering a sport switch should he lose out on his track appeal.

    http://sport.independent.co.uk/general/ ... ory=485953

    Seems bizarre (but not out of line for the NFL) that you can test positive in one sport but be unaffected in theirs.

    "The NFL are making it clear that Chambers will start with a clean sheet as a gridiron player - but they also insist, with some scepticism, that the sport has a stringent approach to drug abuse among players. "
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