Matthew Judon condemns NFL’s use of random drug testing to target him

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Matthew Judon appears to be growing tired of the NFL’s random drug testing.

On Thursday morning, the New England Patriots linebacker vented his frustrations at being repeatedly tested for performance-enhancing substances.

Granted, the league does random checks on players, but Judon feels like he’s being singled out due to the number of tests he’s received. He’s in the middle of a career-year with the Patriots with 29 tackles, 14.5 sacks and one forced fumble.

“Dear @NFLPA @NFL Please, leave me alone with the F It’s no way this is random. Melatonin is something I use to help me sleep. The rest is just vibes,” Judon posted on social media.

It’ll be interesting to see if the NFL has any response for the number of tests they issue to players, particularly Judon, but they clearly aren’t limited. Requests for tests can be made at anytime.

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