NFLPA Warns Players About Potentially Contaminated Meat in China, Mexico

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NFLPA Warns Players About Potentially Contaminated Meat in China, Mexico

The NFL Players Association sent out a memo Tuesday cautioning players to watch what they eat on vacation during the offseason.  NFLPA told players to be wary of ingesting meat in China or Mexico since it could be contaminated with clenbuterol—an anabolic steroid that will produce a positive test. So even if a player travels abroad and unintentionally consumes meat containing the prohibited substances, the explicit nature of the rules makes it clear there won’t be any room for excuses. The NFL league’s official policy reads as follows: “Players are responsible for what is in their bodies.”

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