Reid believes the league has targeted him with excessive drug testing, stating he's been randomly summoned on five separate occasions since taking his initial test upon signing with the Panthers.
"I know what I'm dealing with," Reid said Wednesday. "I have a collusion case against the NFL. This is something that doesn't surprise me from them. It's supposed to be random. It's obviously not. I'm not surprised about it. Even though it seems crazy on the outside looking in, and it is, I'm not surprised."
Reid said he has never failed a drug test. The NFL declined to comment on the report.
"I know I've done nothing wrong, so I'm not concerned that my drug tests will come back ... that I'll fail that test," said Reid. "But the system is lying, much like what I'm protesting. It's supposed to be a random system.
"I've been looking at math statistics trying to talk to people. I think it's like a one percent chance that somebody gets tested this much. Statistically, big problem."
Under the collective bargaining agreement, an independent laboratory performs all drug tests and players are selected via a computer program. The league and NFLPA are not involved.