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NFL Says Eric Reid Is Not Targeted for Drug Tests

The NFL is reportedly denying that Eric Reid is being unfairly targeted for drug tests.

The Panthers safety spoke out last month on Twitter when he was selected for what he claimed was his seventh drug test of the season. He implied the tests were not random and that he was being targeted as a result of being the first NFL player to take a knee with Colin Kaepernick. The joint investigation by the NFL and NFLPA found that Reid’s claims about the number of times he had been tested since signing with the Panthers were not accurate.

“There is no evidence of targeting or any other impropriety with respect to his selection for testing,” the two organizations said in a joint statement released Wednesday.

Issa Rae and Marsai Martin Star in ‘Little’

Add this to the list of movies in 2019 we’re hopping in line to see.

In this brand new film starring Issa Rae, Marsai Martin of black-ish, and Regina Hall about a terrible tech company CEO who tortures her assistant and is transformed into her child self. The film was written by Tina Gordon and Girls Trip‘s Tracy Oliver with black-ish creator Kenya Barris as a co-producer.

Check out the trailer below while we wait for the film’s release on April 12.

Director of ‘Space Jam 2’ Promises the Movie Will ‘Disrupt Everything’

Every 90s and 80s kid is looking forward to the sequel of this iconic movie. But we’ve been let down time and time again by remakes and sequels of our beloved classics, so you can’t blame us for wondering if Space Jam 2 will live up to the hype.

According to director Terence Nance, we have nothing to worry about.

In a recent conversation with Vice, Nance said it’ll surprise people when it arrives.

“Pretty sure [it’s] going to disrupt everything,” he told Vice. “I’m excited about what that movie can be.” He didn’t drop too many hints on what to expect, but he and LeBron James have indicated that they’re treating the project very seriously. It’s currently expected to start shooting during the NBA offseason this year, within a 20-mile radius of Los Angeles. The estimated budget is $100 million—Nance’s biggest project yet.