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Ravens WR Derrick Mason had harsh words for Roger Goodell regarding the commissioner's comments on HGH testing.

"He needs to stop crying about blood tests and HGH. He needs to try to get a deal done, that's what he needs to do," Mason told radio station 105.7 FM in Baltimore. "To me, he's a joke, because every time I look, he's talking about performance enhancements instead of talking about trying to figure out a way to make sure football is played in August."

Goodell told students at a high school in Baltimore Monday that HGH testing should be included in the league's drug program.

Earlier, Jets CB Antonio Cromartie took to Twitter on the HGH issue, appearing to have no problem with testing.

The NFL locked out its players after the NFLPA decertified on March 11.

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