The NFL's befuddling Marijuana Policy has gone under the microscope as the 2013 season kicks off, in large part thanks to the ad MPP placed outside of Mile High stadium before tonight's opening game. The message sent is a simple one: NFL players face stricter penalties (and get tested harder) for weed than HGH and amphetamines. And marijuana is—by all accounts—not a performing enhancement drug. That said, it's also not a performing de-hancement "drug." There's no better example of weed's harmlessness than Ricky Williams, who intermittently smoked himself both into the record books and out of the league. Former teammate Channing Crowder spoke about Williams' dedication to the flower—and makes a point that it did not impact Ricky's play at all:
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