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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Multiple sources are reporting that former LSU players Zach Mettenberger and Anthony Johnson both had their drug tests flagged at this year's NFL Combine for either failed or diluted results.

Per Jay Glazer with Fox Sports:
quote:

The top prospect on the list was Florida State defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan, who is projected as a mid first-round selection. Another big name was Louisiana State quarterback Zach Mettenberger. ProFootballTalk.com first reported that Mettenberger tested positive for having a diluted urine sample, which would count as a failed test under the NFL's drug program.

Among the other notable players who were listed to NFL teams as having failed Combine drug tests in February were LSU defensive tackle Anthony Johnson, University of Miami tackle Seantrel Henderson, and Florida State linebackers Telvin Smith and Christian Jones.
quote:

Mettenberger's agents Joe Linta and Seth Katz told FOX Sports that the diluted sample was caused by extra water his client was drinking on the advice of his doctor. Linta said Mettenberger had begun to suffer from cramping while rehabilitating from a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

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12 Comments
Great Pub for LSU…really helps Recruiting…

These Guys are X-Tigers….Correct ??
Reply27 months
Mett was getting high on H2O.
Reply27 months
It says his urine was diluted meaning he drank too much water... Doesn't mean he was on anything at all...
Reply27 months
So you can't drink extra water without a test being flagged. Take a hair sample then. Crazy.
Reply27 months
I can see Mett's. Without any explanation for Freak though that's worrying
Reply27 months
Mett's is no big deal, but Johnson's doesn't look to good
Reply27 months
Move nfl headquarters to Denver. Problem solved.
Reply27 months
click bait.... dragging LSU players names through the mud...
Reply27 months
lol. Smoke some more dude.
Reply27 months
"Let then grown arse weed do what the frick they want in their free time."


WTF is this shit?
Reply27 months
"Let then grown arse weed do what the frick they want in their free time." ----Da Fuqu?
Reply27 months
Let then grown arse weed do what the frick they want in their free time.
Reply27 months
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