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  Just a week before the NFL Draft, former Louisville left tackle Mekhi Becton had a drug test flagged at the February NFL Combine, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Becton, a 6-foot-7, 364-pound lineman, did not fail a drug test during his time at Louisville, but he was among other players who had a test flagged at the combine, according to Rapoport. "Multiple players had drug tests flagged at the NFL Combine & among those is projected top 10 pick #Louisville OT Mekhi Becton, I'm told," he tweeted.

According to reports, teams have been informed of Becton's drug test. Becton will now enter "Stage 1" of the league's intervention program for no more than 60 days, according to the new NFL collective bargaining agreement. In stage one, a medical director may require a player to submit to testing for substances of abuse as often as is required to evaluate the player adequately. If he's not flagged again within those 60 days, he would assume the same status as a player who has never been referred to the program. The Becton family did not immediately return a message seeking comment. - Courier Journal

(DS#2 OT) Jr/2020 OT *Mekhi BectonLouisville
News Source: Courier Journal



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