WADA questions NFLPA on testing
NEW YORK -- Criticizing the NFL Players Association for blocking tests for human growth hormone, the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency said Thursday the union's objections are "not about science" and have "no substance."
Speaking to reporters at an anti-doping conference hosted at NFL headquarters, WADA director general David Howman added that the NFLPA's stance could lead one to believe that HGH use is a problem in pro football.
"The players are making a very good go of trying ...
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