I use a pre-wash with photoflo before developing for films with strongly colored anti-halation coatings.
I thought it wouldn't hurt to try a pre-wash of water and it seemed to help a bit, but there was still a definite coloration to the film. I'm thinking that my batch of fixer is probably getting tired and I'm not rinsing well enough. I just developed some Acros since posting my question and I noticed that I had to rinse the film about twice as many times (as in twice as many tankfulls of water with 20 agitations) to get rid of the pink coloration in the water that I was pouring out.

Thanks for the info.