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NFL, NFLPA add synthetic weed to testing list for new drug policy

The NFL and NFLPA have come to an agreement on the 2016 drug and steroid policies, and it includes one major addition — synthetic weed. In an NFLPA press release, it reads: “Synthetic Marijuana” – known by the names Spice, K2 and Blaze, among others – has been added to the standard testing panel.” [Play our $175K Baller | Free Yahoo Cup entry | Tips for your Daily lineup] Some NFL players have tried synthetic marijuana to prevent testing positive, but a new drug policy has added it to the panel (AP).
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