Defensive tackle B.J. Raji, whose draft stock has soared over the past six months, had a positive drug test at February's combine, NFL team sources have told SI.com. It's unknown to SI.com which drug triggered the positive result, but NFL scouts were made aware before the 2008 season that Raji had tested positive for marijuana during his time at Boston College.Uh oh. Getting bent out of shape about someone smoking weed is, in my opinion, foolishness. There are far worse things that a person can do, and as long as a player (or whoever) works hard, honors their commitments, then what they do after lights out is there business. However, when your job, or potential job, forbids it, you probably ought to set aside the ganja. That certainly hurts the (already slim) odds of the Rams drafting him, given their statements about "character issues" recently, if the report is accurate.