Sydney Roosters prop Martin Kennedy is set to receive an infraction notice from the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Commission (ASADA), according to reports.
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According to Nine News, Kennedy could be handed the notice today.
If he is indeed to be handed the notice today, Kennedy will almost certainly be stood down from the Roosters and faces a two-year ban.
ASADA was rumoured to be investigating Kennedy in 2013 in relation to the case that saw Sandor Earl banned.
Earl is currently fighting a four-year ban for trafficking banned substances.
Kennedy returned to the Roosters this season after not being able to secure a first-grade spot at the Brisbane Broncos in 2014.