(NEW YORK) -- Suspended Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller cheated his recent drug test with the help of a urine collector before each was caught, which will now change the way the NFL goes about its drug testing program, league sources told ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter.
Miller was recently suspended for six games in wake of the news. Originally the suspension was scheduled for only four games.
Sources told Schefter that the collector lived in Miami, where Miller spends his offseason, and that is where the two met.
The collector then collected another person's urine specimen for Miller, but a second collector noticed the Pro Bowler was not in the city where his collection was supposed to have taken place, according to Schefter.
The NFL met with Drug Free Sport, which has developed a new fingerprinting technology that is also being used on the new IPhones, this movement may make it easier to avoid situations like Miller's in the future, reports Schefter.
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