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Marijuana Suspensions Will Cost NFL Players Over 6 Million Dollars This Year

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). »9/09/14 4:04pm9/09/14 4:04pm

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The NFL Suspends Players a Whole Season for Smoking Weed--and 2-4 Games for Beating Their Wives

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). »6/05/14 8:20pm6/05/14 8:20pm

Report: NFL to Change its Marijuana Policy, Reduce Suspensions and Raise THC Threshold

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. »5/13/14 5:08pm5/13/14 5:08pm