According to multiple sources, Philadelphia Eagles starting right tackle and former Oklahoma star Lane Johnson has tested positive for PEDS and will be suspended the first four games of the NFL season.
The Eagles organization has yet to comment on the situation and the specific performance enhancing drug has not been released.
Johnson, 24, was selected by the Eagles with the fourth-overall selection in the first round in 2013 and started all 16 games for Philly this past season. (News9.com)
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