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Raji allegedly fails drug test

DT B.J. Raji (Stephan Savoia/AP)

If the story is true, what does it mean for the Packers, who are sitting with the ninth overall pick? Packer Report recalls the similar story of Warren Sapp and gets feedback from an NFL personnel man in attempting to answer the question.

Fourteen years ago, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had to make a momentous decision. Because he failed a drug test, top-rated defensive tackle Warren Sapp had fallen into the Buccaneers' laps with the 12th pick of the first round. All draft picks are gambles, but selecting a player already under the guise of the NFL's drug police just amplifies the uncertainty. The Buccaneers ultimately...

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