Enough is enough Players have been disgracefully under-represented throughout this debacle. Time for the NRL to stand up to ASADA and tell them that no player should be forced to be interviewed. Players union is a joke. Surely, there is legal body or qualified person out there somewhere that can provide players with appropriate, fair and independent representation. This is the perfect storm for players to unite and to tell all other parties, except for fans of course, to go and get $&@?ed. Time for NRL to call an amnesty and implement a new drug policy, in partnership with players, their representation, clubs and ASADA. Take your pick with the staggering amount of legal principles that are currently being abused by ASADA. Time for players to unite and take a stand. For starters, players should seek an immediate application to vary their enterprise agreement. Application would be approved. Players should be able to exercise their rights as all of us are permitted.