March 30, 2015
The agents representing one of the NFL draft's top prospects, defensive tackle B.J. Raji, strongly disputed a report that the former Boston College player failed a drug test at the league's scouting combine in February.
In an e-mail sent to The Associated Press on Tuesday, Brian Murphy and Mark Humenik referred to the reports as "cowardly" and
"malicious," noting their client has not been notified by the NFL of any failed test.
The e-mail also noted that the NFL has issued a statement challenging the report initially posted on SI.com on Thursday.
The SI.com report, which did not identify the drug, was attributed to unidentified NFL team sources. The Web site reported that Raji's name will be on a list of players who tested positive.
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