Kyle Nelson says he wouldn’t knowingly take banned substance, intends legal action if tainted supplement identified

Dec 4, 2018 at 8:00 PM--


San Francisco 49ers long snapper Kyle Nelson insists he wouldn't knowingly take a banned substance and is planning legal action should he find the source of the positive test. "I have been made aware by the NFL that I tested positive for a banned substance, and as a result will be suspended," Nelson said of [more]
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