Virtually every year during the NFL Draft process, a few high-profile prospects fail drug tests from February's combine. That is, until 2016. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, not one player tested positive at this year's event in Indianapolis, something that is almost unprecedented.
">April 25, 2016
No matter where you fall on the subject of recreational drug use, most would hope that a player can avoid failing a test that they know is coming at the combine. Almost every draft class has a few players fail and see their stock suffer, so congratulations to the class of 2016 for bucking that trend.