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Old 07-27-2013   #34
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Default Re: Von Miller Facing 4 Game Suspension

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new report, Miller did not fail a drug test.

ďHe didnít test positive for anything,Ē an unnamed person with knowledge of the situation told USA Today.

Weíll likely never know all the details of Millerís case, just like we never know all the details of most NFL suspensions for violations of the substance-abuse policy, because the leagueís confidentiality rules keep that information quiet. The very fact that weíre talking about this before Millerís appeal has been heard shows that someone violated the confidentiality rules by leaking the news that heís facing a suspension, but when these leaks come out, they usually donít tell the full story.

But if itís true that Miller didnít fail a drug test, that doesnít necessarily mean heíll win his appeal. Itís possible to violate the policy without testing positive by, for instance, refusing to take a test or submitting a diluted urine sample.

So while the news that Miller did not test positive might seem to back up his claim that he did nothing wrong, it still remains to be seen whether Miller can win his appeal and be on the field in Week One.
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