By Bryan Frantz

WASHINGTON — The Redskins can’t catch a break this season.

Already in an 0-2 hole, Washington’s chances to repeat as NFC East champions are quickly dwindling, especially with each of the other three teams having won at least one of their first two games.

To add insult to injury, Redskins cornerback Josh Norman was approached by the league immediately after the second loss to take a mandatory drug test, per ESPN.

“How the NFL has us drug tested right after the game, I don’t understand that,” Norman told reporters on Sunday. “I really don’t. It’s crazy. Don’t have anything left in the tank and they want you drug tested. I don’t understand it.”

“I don’t get it,” he added. “I really don’t. I mean, you can’t wait until tomorrow? … What’s a day gonna do?”

Norman says it’s a new policy the league has instituted, and it didn’t use to be immediate testing.

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