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Will Reuben Foster's flagged sample affect his draft stock?

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KAY ADAMS: --morning, he spoke to Reuben Foster for an hour, Kyle.

KYLE BRANDT: Yeah.

I mean, his piece was incredible, too.

And you know, he-- he laid out everything.

And we started the show about this.

And I'm saying that this was my guy.

Top 10.

I want him.

And then just so many.

Not only the combine thing with the-- the hospital work.

But then also this-- the failed drug test.

And so you go to the biggest job interview of your life, where your entire future is dependent on it, you get sent home and you fail a test.

It says a lot about a guy.

It's-- it's extremely disappointing, because he's so incredible physically.

If I'm a top 10 pick, there's a lot of good athletes in this draft, I'm probably going to pass on him.

KAY ADAMS: But he slips, and then he maybe ends up being a value for a team that takes him.

We've seen that before.

PETER SCHRAGER: Yeah, look.

Laremy Tunsil last year has the whole gas mask thing.

And he slips in the draft, goes 13.

Very solid player, you know.

He's a very solid player.

If you look at Warren Sapp.

Slipped in the draft to the 12 to the Buccaneers, went on to be a Hall of Famer.

KYLE BRANDT: We're talking Randy Moss this week, Peter.

PETER SCHRAGER: Randy Moss.

KYLE BRANDT: Hindsight 20/20.

PETER SCHRAGER: It happens.

Time-- then if you're Randy Gregory who slips last year and continues to slip up.

KYLE BRANDT: And you've got a lot worse than that, too.

PETER SCHRAGER: And it was a pattern, and it was a red flag.

So this is one, you really got to look the guy in the eye.

And you've really got to go and do your deep dive.

That's why these security teams at-- every NFL organization has a security team that is doing full research and full investigations on all of these guys so no stone is left unturned.

Reuben Foster, this could not have happened at a worse time.

It will affect his draft stock.