Blue Bombers running back Harris trying to clear his name after drug suspension

Andrew Harris has taken steps to try to prove his failed drug test was unintentional.The Winnipeg Blue Bombers star running back was practicing with the team Tuesday after serving a two-game suspension for testing positive for an anabolic steroid called metandienone.READ MORE: Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ annual Fan Appreciation Day happening SundayWhen he was suspended, he said the source was a contaminated over-the-counter natural supplement he took and he planned to send the leftover product away to be tested.“It’s been shipped away and I’m just waiting to hear back,” Harris said after practice. “Again, it’s like a needle in a haystack, but I’m doing everything I can to get some answers.”“I can’t wait to get back out there… I am very excited and motivated.”WATCH ▶️ https://t.co/3Ou8agysmB#ForTheW pic.twitter.com/m0ggVXVC9P— WPG Blue Bombers (@Wpg_BlueBombers) September 17, 2019
The 32-year-old Winnipeg native still leads the league in rushing with 908 yards off 141 carries through 10 games.The Bombers (9-3) travel to play Montreal (6-5) on Saturday and went 1-1 without Harris.RELATED VIDEO: Bomber super fan Frank Horsley flew to Winnipeg from the UK for the Banjo Bowl