Indianapolis Colts RB. Jonathan Taylor NFL clowns tested after shows.

Indianapolis Colts RB.
Jonathan Taylor NFL clowns tested after shows.

Performing well in the NFL is a bad thing.
Once disaffected Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor was given a “collateral” drug test by the NFL after committing his first fumble of the season on Sunday.
Taylor did more than contribute a touchdown for Indianapolis.
In a 39–38 loss to the Cleveland Browns, Taylor had 75 rushing yards on 18 attempts and also added three receptions for 45 yards.
The NFL deemed the performance questionable and sent JT for a drug test as part of the league’s weekly testing initiative to “randomly” test 10 players.

Taylor has credibility issues.
He criticized the NFL on social media for throwing cold water on his journey as an RB1. And of course, it makes Indy’s tough loss even worse.

Taylor posted the following on Monday, along with a laughing emoji: “As soon as I got back in the end zone I took a drug test.
After a good run, the NFL got a bad rap for drug testing.
At one point, they tried to trade the Seahawks for D.K. Metcalf will be drug tested based on the viral video he was responsible for. If you see even an ounce of fish, it’s all about the NFL.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – OCTOBER 22: Jonathan Taylor (#28) of the Indianapolis Colts drives the ball against Grant Delpit (#22) of the Cleveland Browns during the third quarter at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Also playing devil’s advocate, the NFL announced a slew of PED-related suspensions to start the year.
Saints rookie quarterback Jake Haener and former Dallas Cowboys running back Ronald Jones began the year with performance-enhancing drug bans.

Last week, the Colts lost standout defensive tackle Grover Stewart for six games after violating the league’s PED rules.

 

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