ESPN staff writer Rob Demovsky reports Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers have agreed to meet with the NFL to discuss the investigation into a Performance Enhancement Drugs investigation.
Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers have agreed to meet with the NFL regarding the Al-Jazeera PED investigation.... https://t.co/6CWnwTGPtL
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) August 18, 2016
The NFL and it's players union have been at odds concerning an Al-Jazera America story Naming four players, Peppers, Matthews, former Packer Mike Neal and Pittsburg's James Harrison. Payton Manning was mention but eventually cleared of any violation by the league.