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.
The free market in America is having its weed moment, which means here come the brands.
Faced with traumatic brain injury, depression, chronic pain, and addictive medication, former NFL players are coming together in support of medical marijuana.
Former Chicago Bulls guard and three-time Duke All-American Jay Williams says it’s about time the NBA gets more progressive when it comes to marijuana.
Medical Marijuana May Help NFL Players Manage Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Pain, and Even Slow Disease Progression
NFL players experience the residual effects of brain injuries long after they retire from competing professionally.
Over a 15-year NFL career, Jim McMahon took his share of lumps, and he now has the chronic pain to prove it.
Football players take an alarming array of pain medication to get back on the field but some believe medical cannabis is a safer and more effective alternative
The National Football League has survived more public relations crises in the past year than most multi-billion dollar organizations endure in a decade. Yet the greatest existential threat to the NFL