Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri set a team record yesterday for the longest field goal in a playoff game, which occurred during the fourth quarter in a win against the Cincinatti Bengals. The kick broke his previous team record of 52 yards, set on January 6th, 2013.
The 42 year old was then “randomly” selected by the NFL drug testing program’s Medical Advisor to complete a urine doping test.
Colts punter Pat McAfee shared the letter Vinatieri received on Twitter.
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) January 5, 2015
McAfee went through a similar incident when he made a suprising-for-a-kicker tackle on return man Trindon Holliday on October 20th, 2013.
McAfee took to Twitter to call out the perhaps not so random nature of that drug test as well.
Good on McAfee for having the guts to call the NFL out on their “random” drug testing. They could at least admit that they are targeting players, couldn’t they?
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