Newspaper article The Canadian Press

CFL Suspends Campbell for Two Games Following Positive Test for Banned Substance

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

CFL Suspends Campbell for Two Games Following Positive Test for Banned Substance

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Riders' Campbell suspended for two games

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TORONTO - The CFL suspended offensive lineman Bruce Campbell of the Saskatchewan Roughriders for two games Tuesday after testing positive for a banned substance.

Campbell, an American, tested positive for Ibutamoren, which has anabolic benefits that promote an increase in lean body mass.

It's Campbell's first violation of the league's drug policy, thus resulting in the two-game suspension.

The six-foot-seven, 317-pound Campbell won't be able to play for two games this upcoming season but it will be up to the Riders to decide if he'll be able to participate in team activities.

But that's until Feb. 13 when Campbell is scheduled to become a CFL free agent. Whatever team Campbell signs with will face the prospect of starting the 2018 season without him in the lineup. …

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