ST. LOUIS -- As the NFL and NFL Players' Association appear to move toward an agreement that will -- eventually -- start testing for human growth hormone,coaches and players have voiced their opinion at training camps nationwide.
"We're in the situation now where we are trying to make this game better," Rams coach Jeff Fisher said after a rookie workout on Monday. "Any steps we can possibly take, regardless of what the issue is, in that direction is good. I'm hearing the NFL and Players'Association are working in conjunction with that, which is good. I'm sure they've got some work to do. But it would be good to head down that path."
Rams who spoke to FOXSportsMidwest.com expressed a tentative optimism about HGH testing. But there are still concerns about how the tests will be conducted, an issue the league and the union must still iron out. Here's what three Rams had to say:
"I don't care. I'll let the PA Players'Association and the NFL handle all that stuff. If they want to pull...