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Clowney catching a fine for that play is crap. Good luck hitting anybody on defense https://t.co/Jf0LdkiRqG

@patscap Yes, it is no coincidence that Kuechly's uniform number is repeated in the APY.

2015 League Cap =$143.28M. Kuechly signed his $12,359,059 APY deal. 2017 cap projects to be 17% higher. Equivalent deal has $14,491,359 APY

Insane that Pete Morelli didn't notice Clowney dragging Brady down 5 yards after initial contact, long after pass w… https://t.co/9dhuR9L2c7

Fines from last weekend: #Steelers DB Sean Smith fined $24,309 for a nasty hit. #Steelers DE Jadeveon Clowney hit with $18,231 for Brady hit

i have 22,335 friends, nerd. how many do you have, nerd https://t.co/6eyySdXE76

#Patriots list 7 "questionable" for Sunday - #Patriots list 3 "questionable" in final injury report - #Patriots https://t.co/9Qvty5lHbT

RT @RyanHannable: Patriots list 7 players as questionable for AFC championship https://t.co/Nq39A96zKi via @WEEI

you make a really good point. brown IS better than offensive linemen at playing wide receiver. https://t.co/OFBfxdDHY8

RT @KingMonkeyNews: @Gary_Tanguay @CSNNE as the joke goes. Who Is that with Gary the velfie King.

RT @TheHerd: .@AlbertBreer on Peyton Manning's future: If he was ready now, I believe that he would be the Executive VP of Football ops. of…

RT @AFCEastBros: ⚡️ “All Video Clips From the #Texans @ #Texans Playoff Game. Click photo To Scroll through all of the clips” https://t.…

@JonSpack yeah the NFL has it all spelled out -- if you do X, the fine will be X

Patriots didn't face many top QBs, but saw a lot of top RBs. Unit hasn't allowed 90-yard rusher in last 24 games. https://t.co/nNuZpVznVk

steelers fans are starting to get mad over my fun fact, guys https://t.co/tUS5OD46nN


MLB enhances PED Policy

Discussion in 'Red Sox Fan Forum' started by Patsrock, Mar 28, 2014.

  1. Patsrock

    Patsrock 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    MLB, MLBPA agree to enhance joint drug program | MLB.com: News



    More tests
    More blood tests for hgh

    Longer suspensions
    All unpaid
    1st offense=80 games (up from 50)
    2nd offense=162 games(183 days pay) (up from 100)
    3rd offense=permanent suspension from Baseball

    And any players suspended under this will no longer be eligible to play in postseason(even if suspension over) nor receive any post season bonus money

    Every Player whose suspension for a performance-enhancing substance is upheld will be subject to six additional unannounced urine collections, and three additional unannounced blood collections, during every subsequent year of his entire career.
     
  2. ChoWZa

    ChoWZa Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    If it were 1st offense permanent suspension (no pay) is the only way I can see it deterring people from juicing. It's not fair to the players who are forced to juice to compete because the penalties are so laissez-faire.
     
  3. Patsrock

    Patsrock 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    Would you say the same for NFL?
     

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