Report: McCoy fails combine drug test

NEW YORK -- FoxSports.com is reporting Southern California tight end Anthony McCoy tested positive for marijuana at the scouting combine.

FoxSports.com cited unidentified sources and reported Sunday night that Priority Sports and Entertainment, which represents McCoy, made every NFL team aware of the failed test result about two weeks ago.

McCoy is considered a possible second- or third-round pick in this week's draft.

FoxSports.com also reported Georgia Tech running back Jonathan Dwyer tested positive at the combine for amphetamines because he was taking prescription medication.

"All 32 teams received notification prior to the combine that a medication he's taken since childhood would likely result in a positive result at the combine," Adisa Bakari told ESPN's Joe Schad. "We provided the necessary medical documentation."

The NFL calls Dwyer's situation a "therapeutic use exemption," a source told Schad. The type of medication he has taken was not identified.

Dwyer is projected to be drafted in the first two rounds.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.