NFL players can't say they haven't been warned.
If any of them happen to test positive for the drug clenbuterol after eating lots of meat in China or Mexico, well, that's on them.
The league and its players association said so in a memo sent to players on Wednesday, warning them against "consuming large quantities of meat while visiting those particular countries."
The memo states that clenbuterol, which is banned by the NFL as a performance-enhancing substance, has been found in some meat produced in China and Mexico.
"Players are warned to be aware of this issue when traveling to Mexico and China," the memo...