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July 30, 1986

Members of the San Diego Chargers allowed management to test them for drugs a second time this year, even though only one test is allowed under provisions of the players' collective bargaining agreement.

"It was not a requirement," wide receiver Wes Chandler, the team's player representative, said. "Management knows that, and the players know that, too. But the team was willing to take that test."

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