Adam Vinatieri Randomly Drug Tested Day After Hitting 53-Yard Field Goal

by NESN Staff

January 5, 2015

As is common practice in the NFL, Adam Vinatieri was selected for a random drug test Monday.

Or was it random?

The 42-year-old Indianapolis Colts kicker, who’s the oldest player in the NFL, just so happened to nail a 53-yard field goal in Indy’s AFC Wild Card win over the Cincinnati Bengals the day before receiving the notice. Colts punter Pat McAfee pointed out the coincidence on Twitter.

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This is hardly the first instance where the timing of a random drug seemed not-so-random. In fact, McAfee received one of his own last season after unleashing a crushing hit on then-Denver Broncos kick returner Trindon Holliday.

Thumbnail photo via Andrew Weber/USA TODAY Sports Images

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