Medical Marijuana

The NFL and Roger Goodell Aren’t Being Honest About Marijuana published a revealing article about Roger Goodell and the NFL’s stance on medical marijuana while examining their current pain management techniques. NFL Players can have a bottle of Vicodin, a bottle of Jack Daniels and a gun and be in total compliance with NFL policy. Marijuana makes them criminals.

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The NFL stands as an American institution and if you reserve any doubt regarding this statement, look no further than NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s recent comments on marijuana. Goodell appeared on ESPN’s “Mike and Mike” radio show to promote the NFL Draft and address some issues facing the league. Prior to the draft, two players returned diluted samples in their drug tests, earning conclusions they were trying to mask a positive test of illegal substances, like marijuana, or were superfans of iLoveMakonnen’s Drink More Water mixtape series. – This led the interview into a larger conversation about the NFL’s response to the growing voices of current NFL players—an ESPN survey indicated 71% of current NFL players want marijuana legal—and former players—advocates include Eugene Monroe, Jake Plummer, Eben Britton, and Ricky Williams—urging the league to allow cannabis usage as medical treatment and pain management. Considering the widespread opioid crisis throughout the country and NFL, players want alternative options instead of falling into the dark grips of painkiller addiction…

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