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NFL Proposes Changes To Drug Policy In Hopes Of Accelerating HGH Testing Deal
Published August 27, 2013
WORK IT OUT: ESPN.com's Adam Schefter cited a source as saying that the NFLPA has "filed a grievance against" the Patriots on behalf of former TE Aaron Hernandez. The source said that the NFLPA is "seeking to collect $82,000 in workout bonuses from Hernandez's contract" (ESPN.com, 8/26).