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    • Hines becomes the other slot guy especially out of the backfield
    • It is in every players contract and NFL rules player abides by.  The player alone is responsible for everything in his body. Can not plead ignorance.  If a player is unsure about something, consult the team physician or just do not take it. No matter the circumstance of occurrence, if any of these (or another substance eventually breaks down into one of these) listed substances are detected, it is a violation of the NFL Performance Enhancing Substance (PES) policy and player is subject to suspension.   It is long, thorough list (SARMS is on it at the bottom) -   https://www.huntonretailindustryblog.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/16/2016/04/2014-NFL-List-of-Prohibited-Substances.pdf   As far as SARMS, many contain unlisted and illegal drugs (Nov. 28, 2017 JAMA article) as well -   https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/2664459   Buyer/Player beware...   "Findings  Chemical analyses of 44 products sold via the internet as selective androgen receptor modulators revealed that only 52% contained selective androgen receptor modulators and another 39% contained another unapproved drug. In addition, 25% of products contained substances not listed on the label, 9% did not contain an active substance, and 59% contained substance amounts that differed from the label.   Meaning  Selective androgen receptor modulators, which have not been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, were available through the internet and were inaccurately labeled."
    • We have had two top notch quarterbacks over the span of the last  20 or so years that most franchises would drool over to have on their teams, so someone please tell me how having a top tier QB  is better than having a top tier GM after one title and two SB appearances over that time span?   To me, having a GM pulling the strings toward a well balanced team and managing the cap space correctly is worth more than one player.   We now have a QB friendly system in place, much like what the Pats have had over that same span of years. The Eagles won a title with a  back up QB with a QB friendly system also.   Rodgers and Brees has one title a piece with other big names such as Marino having zero which makes my vote for Ballard much more solid.     
    • This Is what Reich was talking about when he says he wants a better run game.  It has to do with the oline. Not more runs or better better running backs.
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