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By PFW staff

New Raiders head coach Hue Jackson has severed ties with a supplement company, per an order from the league.

The company, Sports With Alternatives To Steroids (S.W.A.T.S.) sells a product that includes IGF-1, which is a banned substance in the NFL.

The league ordered Jackson to cut ties with the company he began endorsing when he was with the Ravens.

Jackson told ThePostGame.com, who first reported the story, that he is no longer with the company and that he didn't know about a banned substance.

 

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