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"The NFL still wants to interview Peyton Manning about allegations of performance-enhancing drug use, and it would be a shock if the retired star refuses to cooperate. Even though he hung up his spikes this spring after a glittering, 17-season career, Manning still needs to be in the league’s good graces if — as has been speculated — he wants to be a team executive or own a piece of an NFL franchise. A league spokesman confirmed Monday that Manning will be among the five current and former players interviewed soon by NFL investigators looking into a bombshell report last December by Al Jazeera America that linked them with PED use. The NFL also wants to interview Packers linebacker Clay Matthews, Packers defensive end Julius Peppers, Steelers linebacker James Harrison and free-agent linebacker Mike Neal after they were mentioned in the report along with Manning. The active players will be interviewed on the first day of their respective training", nypost.com
"From Yahoo Sports: Last week we learned that the NFL notified the players named in January’s Al-Jazeera America documentary on performance-enhancing drug use that they will be interviewed on the first day of their respective training camps next month. At least one of those players isn’t down to play by the NFL’s rules. James Harrison took to Instragram to air his beef with the NFL.", sports.yahoo.com
"The NFL has decided to investigate whether five players named in an Al Jazeera documentary on performance-enhancing drugs violated league policy. The NFL Players' Association questions why mere allegations in a documentary are enough to justify such an investigation.", profootballtalk.nbcsports.com
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