The National Football League has interview all four players who were named in an Al Jazeera report, a report that linked all four players to performance enhancing drugs, including the Pittsburgh Steelers' James Harrison, and now they have announced their official decision.
Despite the fact that it looked like the league was looking to make an example of these four men, it was announced on Wednesday that at least the three players who remain active in the league had been cleared. The fourth man in the report, free agent Mike Neal, was not named in the NFL's ruling.
This is terrific news for the Steelers as all four players were facing indefinite suspensions from the NFL as a result of this controversy, and with James Harrison so often butting heads with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell many feared he could very well be suspended. This now makes four players who have been cleared of any wrongdoing despite this report, and one has to wonder if legal action could follow.