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Colts' Matt Hasselbeck randomly drug tested

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Does the NFL have a bizarre obsession with drug testing middle-aged Colts players during key points in the season?

Laugh now, but we officially have a second instance, which is plenty to ignite a full-blown internet conspiracy theory. Thanks to Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck (age 40) for bringing this to our attention on Wednesday morning.

This is the life of a 4-0 quarterback on a potential playoff-bound team with a completion percentage pushing 65. But it's also the life of seemingly every aging Colts star. Let's take it back to January of 2015 when Adam Vinatieri, then 42, was hit with the slip in his locker after nailing a 53-yard field goal, the longest post-season kick in team history.

Here now is a list of Colts players that should prep their tin foil hats, because they could be next:

Andre Johnson, Robert Mathis and Mike Adams (34)


Charlie Whitehurst, Trent Cole and Todd Herremans (33)

Laugh all you want, Donte Moncrief and Phillip Dorsett (22). This will be you some day.

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