ESPN reported Sunday one of the main reasons Cowboys starting right tackle La’el Collins was suspended five games was that he tried to bribe an NFL drug-test collector.
NFL officials declined comment.
The agents for Collins didn’t return calls seeking comment.
Sources told ESPN Collins missed multiple drug tests and tried to bribe a test collector. An NFL player can’t be suspended for positive marijuana tests, yet, after the league discovered the bribe attempt, it suspended Collins five games.
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