As we've seen before, the NFL has no limitations when it comes to who it drug tests.

That applies to punters, kickers and even 38-year-old quarterbacks.

Matt Hasselbeck, the Colts' backup and former Pro Bowler, tweeted that he was recently asked by the league for a random sample.

Of course, it's standard protocol for the league to test its players, regardless of whether they were the MVP last season or they attempted 12 passes (like Hasselbeck). But the former Packers, Seahawks and Titans signal-caller couldn't help but poke fun at the procedure with some deprecating humor.

If nothing else, this dispels the conspiracy theory that little-used players are only tested after big performances (like Steve Weatherford and Pat McAfee did). Playing behind Pro Bowler Andrew Luck in 2013, Hasselbeck only completed seven passes for 130 yards with no touchdowns and one interception.