PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — According to a report, Eagles tackle Lane Johnson is suing the NFL and the NFLPA following his 10-game suspension for violating the NFL’s performance enhancing drug policy.

According to Albert Breer, Johnson is filing unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board against both the league and the player’s union. It also being reported that Johnson has filed a complaint against the union with the Department of Labor under the Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act.

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“We’re very disappointed that Lane Johnson has been suspended 10 games,” Eagles Executive Vice President of Football Operations Howie Roseman said in a statement at the time of the suspension. “His actions have affected the entire organization. We are all working under a clearly-defined set of rules and regulations set forth by the NFL in the collective bargaining agreement with the NFLPA. Moving forward, he has no choice but to hold himself accountable to Jeffrey Lurie, Coach Pederson and his staff, his teammates, and to the entire organization and our fans. When he returns from suspension, we will continue to support him and welcome him back to the team.

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The Eagles have already been without Johnson’s services for six games, more than half of the suspension. During that span, the Eagles have gone 2-4, compared to 3-1 before Johnson was sat down.

Johnson’s lawyer, Steve Zashin, released a statement through Mike Garofolo at the time of the suspension, saying they would look into all legal options.

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It appears that they have done just that.