Most of this is old news but now with the Spotlight clearly on Seattle it makes you wonder what would we really be "copying" if we tried the "Seattle Approach" Richard Sherman has stated he believes 50% of the league uses Adderall. Last year, Browner and Richard Sherman, the two starting cornerbacks of the Seattle Seahawks, both faced 4-game suspensions for reportedly testing positive for a banned substance. At the time, multiple reports identified the substance as Adderall. Browner chose not to appeal the positive test and served his suspension. Sherman appealed the suspension and won on appeal. Sherman's appeal was based on errors in the chain of custody of his urine sample and that there were mistakes made by the tester. Earlier in the year, News came that Browner will be suspended for an entire year as a repeat offender, and cornerback Walter Thurmond has joined him with a four-game suspension for his own league violations. The Browner and Thurmond suspensions are the seventh and eighth for the team in the last three seasons, (the Highest in the NFL). We are hearing about more and more NFL players testing positive for Adderall. However, there is no test administered by the NFL to confirm it is Adderall. Rather, the drug test identifies what type of banned substance (e.g., anabolic steroid, amphetamine, and/or masking agent) was found in the system. Adderall is a brand name for one type of amphetamine. For example, if a player uses Adderall, the NFL's drug screenings don't register which particular drug a player took -- the results only show positive for amphetamines. Let's not Forget what condition Pete Carrol left USC in. Carroll has created a team that is incredibly fun to watch, extremely difficult to beat, and nearly impossible to trust. They have the NFL’s best record on the field, and quite possibly the NFL’s worst everywhere else. Jimmy Johnson all over again?? Can anyone deny how much their situations resemble each other? Maybe Carroll's newest era comes at a time where News comes in seconds vs years later in tell all books, but could Carroll be creating yet another Jimmy Johnson type culture that will go down in flames wearing mink coats?