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Alabama LB Reuben Foster says he failed drug test at NFL Combine

21 April 2017, 02:48 | Pamela Mathis

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According to Ian Rapoport, Foster stated that the diluted sample was due to him drinking too much water prior to the combine. "I just hope the coaches understand and that's all I can hope and pray for", he told Rapaport. I don't care what everybody thinks, but I care what coaches think. A potential Foster-Mosley pairing in the middle of a Dean Pees defense is a ticket I can very much get behind. "Then I went in there, drinking and drinking water, trying to flush out my system from whatever was making me sick and trying to keep my weight up and took the test".

Foster, who believes he had food poisoning, said he had been offered IVs to hydrate, but he didn't want to do that.

The public seema to be frothing at the mouth at the idea of Foster roaming the middle of the Arizona Cardinals defense for years to come.

"Put me in the program", he said.

Foster is adamant that he is clean and has a good explanation for why the sample was diluted. "I hope I go on Thursday, but I can't control that".

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He had rotator cuff surgery in his right shoulder after the season and was projected to be fully recovered by the start of National Football League training camps. Apart from being sent home after an altercation with a health-care worker at the hospital where prospects are poked and prodded, Foster failed the drug test. He sent a letter apologizing for his actions to all 32 teams. Foster had been waiting an extended period of time.

One week from now, if Foster is holding up a Ravens' jersey with his name on it, I won't tell you how you should feel about it. "That's in the past and it won't happen again".

It's been a rough pre-draft process for the former All-American linebacker.

Some teams could freak and he could drop from mid-first round projections to being a day two pick - but give kudos for him being a man and owning up to things. "At college, my teammates became my family". Meanwhile, other media reports questioned his smarts. But he said he's grateful for it and is looking forward to Thursday. If there's any player at Foster's position who can help him screw his head on straight, it would be the squeaky clean pro-bowler in Mosley.



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