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Richard Sherman wins appeal, will not be suspended for PED

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman won his appeal of a four-game suspension for a PED violation.

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Here's how Richard Sherman won his appeal

A conversation with Richard Sherman's attorney is a reminder that the process for testing NFL players for PED violations could stand some improvement.

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Richard Sherman 'randomly' drug tested Thursday

On the day Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman won an appeal against a four-game suspension for a failed drug test, he was "randomly tested."

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Richard Sherman is innocent

Do you think Richard Sherman is still guilty of being a PED user because he beat the NFL on a "technicality?" Robert Wheel explains why Richard Sherman deserves a clear name.

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Seahawks' Sherman wins PED suspension appeal

The 24-year-old cornerback won his appeal of a four-game suspension for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy.

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Seahawks' Sherman plans to sue NFL if suspended

The Seahawks cornerback will likely get a ruling on his appeal of a four-game suspension on Thursday, and plans to sue the NFL if it is the appeal is denied.

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Richard Sherman to get appeal decision Thursday

Richard Sherman is expected to get a final decision of his appeal on Thursday. We break down the fantasy implications.

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Richard Sherman says sample was contaminated

Sherman is appealing a four-game suspension for performance-enhancing drugs.

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Seahawks' Sherman awaits appeal decision

The Seahawks' cornerback faces a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy.

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Sherman will have appeal heard Friday

It's unknown if the NFL will rule on the appeal immediately or not.

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Browner suspension starts

Brandon Browner's four-game suspension will begin this Sunday when his Seattle Seahawks face the Arizona Cardinals, according to the Seattle Times. The cornerback has reportedly dropped his appeal for breaking the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy and will not wait to go through the appeal process.

Official word was given Wednesday afternoon, the Seattle Times reports.

With an immediate suspension, Browner will miss the remainder of the regular season but will be available to return for the Seahawks should they make the postseason. If Seattle falls short of a playoff berth, Browner will return at the beginning of next season.

Browner and fellow Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman tested positive for banned substances on the same day in September, and Sherman has been free to play until his Dec. 14 appeal hearing date.

Browner, in just his second NFL season at 28 years old, was a Pro Bowler last season with Seattle. This year, he has 35 tackles, three forced fumbles and three interceptions for the Seahawks.

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The Adderall buzz

More and more professional athletes are coming under scrutiny and getting suspended for using Adderall. What kind of effect does it have on a player, and what are the risks?

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Richard Sherman will play in Week 14

Richard Sherman will play against Arizona in Week 14, since his appeal hearing is scheduled for Dec. 14

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Richard Sherman's ironclad drug test defense

The Seahawks cornerback said he accidentally drank a teammate's legally prescribed Adderall.

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