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Rich_C
06-29-2016, 09:34 AM
thought people might like this:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHJIqRAhajp/?hl=en

Harrison was one of the players listed in the report released about using PED's. this is all despite him never testing positive and no actual proof being brought forward. Above is an instagram post of Harrison's. The Cheatriots fan's responses are just hilarious.

FL BRONCO
06-29-2016, 02:25 PM
thought people might like this:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHJIqRAhajp/?hl=en

Harrison was one of the players listed in the report released about using PED's. this is all despite him never testing positive and no actual proof being brought forward. Above is an instagram post of Harrison's. The Cheatriots fan's responses are just hilarious.

Good for him:salute:

Charlie Brown
06-29-2016, 07:02 PM
He's in no position to make stipulations.

FL BRONCO
06-30-2016, 01:52 PM
He's in no position to make stipulations.

I disagree, he is in every position to do so or not even have the meeting. They have no proof other than statements that were recanted by the person who made them immediately and he will have the full backing of the union which sounds like they don't believe there should even be one. I think he is in a great position. Go JH.

broncolee
06-30-2016, 04:01 PM
I disagree, he is in every position to do so or not even have the meeting. They have no proof other than statements that were recanted by the person who made them immediately and he will have the full backing of the union which sounds like they don't believe there should even be one. I think he is in a great position. Go JH.

Proof of wrong doing isn't required to warrant questioning.

If you you get accused of slapping your wife, the police are going to ask you questions, whether she's got visible marks or not.

Just because the guy recanted his story, it doesn't mean he wasn't telling the truth.

Harrison will abide by the CBA or face possible disciplinary action. He doesn't get to make the rules. He only gets to ask the union to make sure the NFL follows the rules.

Charlie Brown
06-30-2016, 05:37 PM
I disagree, he is in every position to do so or not even have the meeting. They have no proof other than statements that were recanted by the person who made them immediately and he will have the full backing of the union which sounds like they don't believe there should even be one. I think he is in a great position. Go JH.

So, using your reasoning, then.

Anytime any player is suspected of using performance enhancing drugs, whatever sport they play for should cater to them. Let the player determine when and where they will be tested and who will test them, etc. Every single player that has used steroids recently has had the full backing of the players unions as well, as did Ray Rice for his domestic abuse, as did Adrian Peterson, as does Tom Brady with "Deflategate".

He is accused of using a steroid. He has the audacity to publicly come out and dictate terms to the commissioner. If he can do this, what stops any other player from releasing a list of demands? Can every PED user release demands to the NFL saying that they will not be tested until they feel it is convenient (like after the season), in their homes, with their family present, and their own personal physician to do the testing.

FL BRONCO
07-01-2016, 03:09 PM
So, using your reasoning, then.

Anytime any player is suspected of using performance enhancing drugs, whatever sport they play for should cater to them. Let the player determine when and where they will be tested and who will test them, etc. Every single player that has used steroids recently has had the full backing of the players unions as well, as did Ray Rice for his domestic abuse, as did Adrian Peterson, as does Tom Brady with "Deflategate".

He is accused of using a steroid. He has the audacity to publicly come out and dictate terms to the commissioner. If he can do this, what stops any other player from releasing a list of demands? Can every PED user release demands to the NFL saying that they will not be tested until they feel it is convenient (like after the season), in their homes, with their family present, and their own personal physician to do the testing.


He is subject to the same treatment and testing as all the rest of the players in the league. It is certainly not on his terms. He has been his whole career so that is just taking it way out of proportion saying something like that. Beyond stretching it imo. He like any other player has to abide by that policy and can be tested. He does it just the same as any other NFL athlete. This is not part of that, this is singling out him and a few others based on an accusation that is based on lies.

So using your reasoning, any player accused of it by any source wether it is AJ or John Smith should just go ahead and submit to all this extra attention and scrutiny both private and public without any plausible evidence whatsoever let alone false evidence from a witness that immediately said he was lying. Don't worry about the players rights or anything, that just doesn't matter.

Show me any even close to reliable evidence that should make him or anyone else submit. According to the union their is none. All they have is an article based on statements that the guy who made them said he was lying when he made them. So again, show me what evidence should make them want too.