A former New York Jet is kicking up a cloud of controversy with a plan to market marijuana-derived products at Pop Warner youth football games.
The ethical gymnastics demanded of NFL fans have grown more challenging over the past decade as the scientific evidence linking football with brain injuries mounts.
As a Philadelphia Eagles fan, I by definition cannot agree with anything that the Dallas Cowboys do, unless they choose to send all of their top players to the Eagles. However, at the recent National Football League (NFL) owners-only meeting in Arizona, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones may have offered an interesting suggestion: stop banning marijuanaRead More
” I don’t think there’s any question that pot is better for your body than Vicodin…And yet, athletes everywhere are prescribed Vicodin like it’s Vitamin C .” Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr
Eugene Monroe, Derrick Morgan, Jake Plummer and other retired NFL players teamed with Doctors for Cannabis Regulation and penned an open letter to league officials and doctors urging reform to the substance-abuse policy.
The NFL has never demonstrated an honest-to-goodness concern about the safety and well-being of its laborers.
How the retired QB is trying to save the NFL with medical marijuana.
Not long ago, whenever professional athletes dabbled with marijuana, it was bad news: multigame suspensions, ruined careers, endless stoner jokes.
When NFL lineman Eugene Monroe spoke out publicly against the NFL’s ban on marijuana
Jim McMahon, the quarterback of the Super Bowl XX-winning Chicago Bears, had an injury-plagued career and has suffered with a host of injuries in retirement.