Terence Newman is 39-years old but hasn’t slowed down one bit, and he wants to keep his NFL career still going as the Vikings prepare to face off against the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game.
The second oldest player in the league played all 16 games for the Vikings which included 554 snaps, fifth most amongst Vikings defensive backs, behind only their two starting cornerbacks and safeties.
Newman has been playing at high level despite his age that even the league can’t believe it, so they’ve been constantly leaving a drug test letter on his locker room.
After the third drug test, Newman was fed up and took to Twitter to voice his complaint:
Third HGH blood draw in a little over a month smh pic.twitter.com/0BDkIbDaNW
— terence newman (@terencenewman) January 18, 2018
The 39-year old is hoping his team advances so he can finally get to play in a Super Bowl.