Six Seahawks have tested positive for PEDs since 2011
Posted by Mike Florio on May 19, 2013, 12:38 AM EDT
Plenty of players test positive for performance enhancing drugs. But the Seahawks definitely are in the midst of a troubling trend.
As pointed out by Eric D. Williams of the Tacoma News Tribune, defensive end Bruce Irvin has become the sixth Seahawks player to test positive for performance enhancing drugs since 2011.
The others are cornerback Brandon Browner, safety Winston Guy, offensive lineman John Moffitt, offensive lineman Allen Barbre, and cornerback Richard Sherman.
Shermanís suspension was overturned on appeal, based on irregularities with the sample-collection process. Officially, then, he tested positive but the league determined that he did not violate the PED policy.
Irvinís suspension also proves that, no matter how good a team looks on paper in May, plenty of things can happen to derail what appears to be a certain Super Bowl run.
That explains why the PEDhawks are so good on defense.
Hey, didn't Pete "The Cheat" Carroll get hired as coach in 2011? Hmm...HMMMM....
One wonders what would happen if the NFL tested for HGH.
Lol @ you peeps rooting for the Seattle Cheathawks.