SMH. Shady ballers need to stay off the d-rugs!
Suspended Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller conspired with a urine-sample collector to cheat on a drug test, according to the report. Miller was suspended six games before the season began instead of the usual four for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy, raising questions about what the extra two games were for.
According to the report, Miller’s camp and the NFLPA were prepared to fight Miller’s suspension until they became aware that Miller had worked with a urine sample collector to avoid the suspension. The collector reportedly was based out of Miami, where Miller spends time in the offseason, and was “star struck,” a source told ESPN. He then helped Miller try to beat the drug wrap, and the scheme might have worked had a second collector working for the testing company Drug Free Sport not realized Miller wasn’t in the city he was supposed to be tested in.
The collector apparently agreed to substitute another person’s urine for Miller’s specimen, the report said.
The attempt to circumvent the drug-testing program is reminiscent of Melky Cabrera’s bogus website scheme uncovered by the Daily News last summer in which the 2012 MLB All-Star Game MVP and former Yankee created a site listing a fake product in an attempt to prove he inadvertently took a banned substance. Cabrera was suspended 50 games after testing positive for testosterone and Major League Baseball began an investigation that led to its current probe of Miami steroid dealer Anthony Bosch.
This guy got people risking their careers behind his dumb azz!