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He has been defending the NFL's steroid testing and punishment policy in the last couple of months before Congress. Some lawmakers, following the allegations of steroid abuse in major-league baseball, have turned a suspicious eye to all pro sports. Legislation in several versions has been introduced that would force pro leagues like the NFL to follow federal standardized testing procedures, with stricter suspensions for those getting caught using steroids. But ";i:18;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"color";s:6:"option";s:6:"yellow";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:14:"[color=yellow]";i:1;s:8:"[/color]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:5:"Diggs";}}i:19;s:452:" can't see why the NFL should get a bad rap all of a sudden. Tagliabue is backed by many Packers who believe the NFL's problem with steroids is minimal. They feel they do not need outside regulations from the government. Though those random tests are a pain to Diggs, he and others think they work in deterring athletes from using steroids. 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The NFL has also allowed for those four additional unannounced drug tests in the off-season, meaning any player might be tested as many as six times in the off-season now. That's in addition to the season-long testing that includes a mandatory, unannounced test for all players during training camp. Also, any given week starting in the exhibition season and continuing through the playoffs, seven Packers will arrive to find a blue slip in their locker, their summons for another random test. In all, the NFL said it spends $10 million a year on more than 9,000 tests of its approximate 2,000 players for all prohibitive substances, including everything from steroids to marijuana. An NFL player who gets caught for steroids is suspended for four games without pay, representing a fourth of their entire paycheck. A second violation would mean a six-game, unpaid suspension and a third would equal a year suspension. 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Jim Bunning (R-Ky.), a former major-league pitcher, is proposing another bill on testing for and banning steroids in major sports. These bills have common ground in that they want independent testing of the major sports athletes. Right now, the NFL is entirely responsible for testing its athletes and catching and punishing the steroid abusers. If one of the bills is passed by the House and Senate and gets the approval of President Bush, the penalties for violators could be harsh. One suggestion follows the Olympic model: a two-year ban for a first offense and a lifetime ban for a second, with five mandatory tests per year. Others call for a half season suspension on the first offense. ";i:32;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:4:"size";s:6:"option";s:1:"7";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:8:"[size=7]";i:1;s:7:"[/size]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:23:"League on the defensive";}}i:33;s:843:" The NFL does not support this proposed legislation, according to Greg Aiello, the NFL's vice president of public relations. 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