Quarterback Eli Manning was reportedly among three New York Giants players who were subjected to drug tests following Sunday's season-ending 38-13 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
Manning, defensive tackle Jonathan Hankins and safety Andrew Adams each reported for testing by submitting a urine sample to NFL drug testers once the game ended, according to NJ.com's Dan Duggan.
In his first playoff game in five years, Manning completed 23 of 44 passes, throwing for 299 yards, one touchdown, one interception and one fumble in the game. Hankins recorded three total tackles and a sack, while Adams.did not record a tackle.
Every NFL player gets randomly tested at least once a year, and testing players immediately after games has drawn criticism from players and reporters.
"It's crazy," Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman told reporters in September when he was subjected to a postgame drug test in September, according to the Rolling Stone. "Don't have anything left in the tank and they want you drug tested? I don't understand it. I don't get it, I really don't. What's a day gonna do? It's stupid."