By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Eagles head coach Doug Pederson says he found out about the 10-game suspension Lane Johnson is facing last week, just like the rest of us.

Johnson has potentially violated the NFL’s performance enhancing drug policy for the second straight year.

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Johnson told reporters on Monday that he knew about the failed test since July 30th and told “guys upstairs.”

Johnson told reporters on Saturday he does not expect an official ruling for a few weeks.

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“I’m waiting for my B Sample to come in, and that will probably be two or three weeks from now,” Johnson said on Saturday. “That’s all I got. Everything that I told you was approved by the Aegis Shield app. That’s the only thing the NFLPA gives you to test online products.”