Free agent quarterback Mark Sanchez was issued a four-game suspension by the National Football League on Friday after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs, but says he unknowingly took the banned substances. However, he had hit the free agent market this season where he has remained unsigned as the draft nears closer.
"The NFL has informed me that I have tested positive for a substance on the banned substance list", Sanchez wrote on Instagram. He says he has been "subject to 73 drug tests" and "all but one have been clean". I have taken the same regimen of supplements for the past five years without any issues.
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He attributed the result to "unknowing supplement contamination, not the use of performance enhancing substances". There is a chance that this doesn't truly impact his market as he has been relegated to a backup role over the few seasons since being let go from the New York Jets. Sanchez missed the 2013 season after surgery on his throwing shoulder and was released by the Jets in 2014. Sanchez hasn't made a start since 2015. He played his first four seasons for the Jets, including runs to the AFC Championship Game during his first two seasons.
Sanchez, 31, hasn't taken a regular-season snap since 2016 when he was a member of the Dallas Cowboys.
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As a junior at USC in 2008, Sanchez threw for 3,207 yards and 34 touchdowns and completed 65.8 percent of his passes as the Trojans went 12-1 and culminated their eighth season under Coach Pete Carroll with a 38-24 victory over Penn State in the Rose Bowl.
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