LB Reuben Foster tested positive for diluted urine sample at combine
Apart from being sent home after an altercation with a health-care worker at the hospital where prospects are poked and prodded, Foster failed the drug test. I'm a real dude.
In their latest two-round mock draft, ESPN NFL draft Insiders Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay project Foster to be selected at the Nos. I don't care what everybody thinks, but I care what coaches think.
It's important to note that the test was a diluted sample, and the National Football League automatically takes this as a positive test.
Miller said of Thursday's news of Foster's combine test, "Could explain why buzz about Foster slipping has been out there".
The linebacker told Rapoport that he believes the failed test was a result of food poisoning that sent him to a doctor after cramping, vomiting and diarrhea. "Then I went in there, drinking and drinking water, trying to flush out my system from whatever was making me sick and trying to keep my weight up and took the test".
In just seven days, over 250 college football athletes will get to become pro football players when they hear their name called during the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia.
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Read the full report from NFL.com on Foster's drug test.
In the program now: "'Test me'". "I hope I go on Thursday, but I can't control that". The star inside linebacker on Alabama's vaunted defense, Foster had surgery to fix a partially torn rotator cuff after the season. Foster spoke right before addressing his former Bama teammates about the pre-draft process and what it's been like.
Some teams could freak and he could drop from mid-first round projections to being a day two pick - but give kudos for him being a man and owning up to things.
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