Later this evening, the NFLPA’s 32 player representatives (one from each team) will vote on the NFL’s proposed, new drug policy. All signs point towards the representatives voting for the new policy and raising the threshold for positive THC tests (along with new PED thresholds).
The NCAA's Research department recently surveyed Division I, Division II, and Division III student-athletes to cull drug use among them. The responses revealed the overarching revelation that while over 80% of college athletes admit drinking alcohol in the last year, only 22% admit smoking marijuana in the last year.
Messi truly is an Intercontinental superstar. Unfortunately, stoners can't seem to get his number (he wears 10) right. Or they just prefer to spend $5 on a knock-off jersey and spend the rest of their money on authentic weed.
With the World Cup's commencement, 32 Nations go to figurative war on the soccer field. None of these country's players or fans will agree about the sport till the tournament comes to an end.
Tourists heading to Brazil for the World Cup may have trouble finding weed, but they'll have a drinkable herbal alternative in the form of the new "Pituconha." A riff on the popular Brazilian alcoholic beverage, "Cahaca", Pituconha combines the native, sugar-cane alcohol drink with "marijuana roots."
No comparison can sum up the NFL's confounding relationship with marijuana than the issue the above image illustrates: players caught smoking weed get treated like far worse criminals than those who beat up their significant others (Rice is now married to his fiancee at the time of the incident).
Two NFL players, one (urine test) cup = one major travesty
ESPN reports that the NFL will re-examine and likely alter its out-dated marijuana policy after a rash of off-season incidents, suspensions, and increasing pressure to make a much needed change. The announcement comes just days after Josh Gordon's alleged season-long suspension for testing positive for weed.
Will Robots replace Budtenders?
Buffalo Bills star Defensive Tackle Marcell Dareus was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia last night in his home state of Alabama. According to reports, Dareus, a stout run-stuffer and the Bills' 3rd overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft out of Alabama, was in possession…
A Boulder, Colorado company—Cranford's Cigarettes—has debuted and begun selling tin packs of marijuana to dispensaries and patients in Colorado. Each tin contains 10 "jazz cigarettes", and each joint is a 100 MG THC blend of Scott's OG and Larry OG. Since there's purportedly a quarter ounce of weed in each tin, that…
Rolling Stone interviewed Blake Griffin for its latest issue. They didn't ask him about flopping, but they did ask him about marijuana; specifically, whether or not he thinks the NBA should allow its (medicinal) use.
Chane Behanan likes his dope. So much that while at Louisville, Behanan was suspended not once, not twice, but three times for "off-court issues" that all revolved around brazen dope-smoking. In between those suspensions, of course, Behanan was a key cog on the Cardinals' 2013 National Championship team.
A house belonging to Danny Haynes of Scottish Premier League team Hibernian FC was being used as a "cannabis factory," unbeknownst to the
soccer football player, according to the Ipswich Star.