The Canadian Football League has announced that Saskatchewan Roughriders running back Marcus Thigpen has been suspended two games for violating the CFL/CFLPA Drug Policy.
The positive sample was collected during a random in-competition test last November.
Statement from Riders General Manager and Head Coach Chris Jones:
We are disappointed in Marcus and that he has tested positive for a banned substance. We have been in conversation with Marcus and the CFL for clarity and accept the leagues decision and corresponding two-game suspension. Our organization fully supports the CFL/CFLPA policy preventing the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Did anybody really believe he could sit out as long as he did, then come back as good as he did, without some juice in his system???
Dumb, dumb, dumb!
Does this explain the Ottawa performance now? Hmmmmm!
Carter, Campbell and Thigpen. Three Riders you should be oh so proud of!
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