According to one source, Haden tested positive for Adderall during an offseason drug test administered by the NFL. Haden has reportedly been notified of the positive test result. If a second test of the original sample also turns up positive, Haden would miss four games according to the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.
Adderall is commonly prescribed to treat attention deficit disorder. It has made its way on the NFL's list of banned substances as a stimulant, however.
Both Haden and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, declined to comment. Haden would lose due pay for each game suspended, which in his case amounts to $1.356 million. He would also be ineligible for the Pro Bowl and any honors or awards bestowed by the league or the NFL Players Association.