CFL suspends Bombers’ Harris for two games for positive drug test

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TORONTO — Running back Andrew Harris of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers has been suspended for two games following a positive drug test, the CFL announced Monday.

According to the league, Harris tested positive for Metandienone, which is a banned substance.

CFL players testing positive for the first time face a two-game suspension.

Harris, a 32-year-old Winnipeg native, is currently the CFL’s rushing leader with 908 yards on 141 carries (6.4-yard average) with three TDs.

He’ll miss both of Winnipeg’s upcoming games against the Saskatchewan Roughriders.