According to SI.com, BC defensive tackle B.J. Raji had a positive drug test at February's NFL Scouting Combine. It's unknown which drug produced the result, but NFL scouts were made aware before the 2008 season Raji had tested positive for marijuana during his time at Boston College. Raji had no comment, but Brian Murphy, Chief Operating Officer of Athletes First, which represents Raji, told SI.com: "We will not comment on rumors from unnamed sources. I do know that B.J. has been one of the hardest workers and nicest individuals that we at Athletes First represent. There is no doubt that he will be an invaluable addition to an NFL team both on the field as a player and in the community as a role model." For more football news, check out our blog, "It Is What It Is."
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