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Thu, 13 Mar 2008 10:55:21 -0700
The Associated Press reports former University of Tennessee WR Justin Gatlin worked out at Tennessee's Pro Day Wednesday, March 12. Gatlin, the reigning Olympic 100-meter gold medalist, received a four-year ban for doping violations. He also tested positive for excessive levels of testosterone in 2006.
Fri, 27 Jul 2007 12:09:02 -0700
Paul Kuharsky, of the Nashville Tennessean, reports the Tennessee Titans worked out street free-agent WR Justin Gatlin Tuesday, July 24.
Fri, 04 May 2007 16:16:52 -0700
Buccaneers.com reports street free-agent WR Justin Gatlin is participating at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' minicamp as a tryout player.
Wed, 13 Dec 2006 13:17:59 -0800
Kent Somers, of the Arizona Republic, reports the Arizona Cardinals brought in WR Justin Gatlin, former track star, for a workout Tuesday, Dec. 12.
Wed, 29 Nov 2006 10:37:38 -0800
ESPNews reports the Houston Texans brought in WR Justin Gatlin, known for his success in track and field, for a tryout as a wide receiver.
Sun, 30 Jul 2006 10:44:14 -0700
Eddie Pells, of the Associated Press, reports Olympic and world 100-meter champion Justin Gatlin has tested positive for testosterone or other prohibited steroids. Gatlin said he will cooperate with USADA "and hope that when all the facts are revealed it will be determined that I have done nothing wrong." The Philadelphia Eagles reportedly showed interest in the sprinter, but Gatlin was not interested.
Tue, 06 Jun 2006 05:54:06 -0700
Bob Grotz, of the Delaware County Times, reports the Philadelphia Eagles quietly performed due diligence when they inquired about the potential availability of world class sprinter Justin Gatlin, but no, they aren't pursuing it. Head coach Andy Reid, asked if he'd spoken to Gatlin's agent, Renaldo Nehemiah, responded: "I'm not going to comment on that. That's kind of blown way out of perspective there."
Thu, 01 Jun 2006 15:27:28 -0700
The Associated Press reports agent Renaldo Nehemiah, said Thursday, June 1, the Philadelphia Eagles have made several inquiries the last three weeks to see if his client, track star Justin Gatlin, was interested in playing football. However, Gatlin has only one summer plan: a long-anticipated race with Asafa Powell in a matchup between the two 100-meter world-record holders. Though Nehemiah knows the temptation of playing in the NFL, he has no plans to return the Eagles' calls and mentioned the topic to Gatlin only in passing. "Football isn't a necessity" for Gatlin, Nehemiah said. Gatlin last played football some nine years ago, after quitting his high school team in 10th grade after a dispute with his coach.
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