High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Top NFL Doctors Finally Show an Interest in Medical Marijuana

In May, Baltimore Ravens' Eugene Monroe donated $80,000 to researchers studying the potential benefits of medical marijuana for NFL players, and now, it seems his advocacy might be opening the door for the NFL to change its marijuana policy.   ...

Baltimore Ravens' Eugene Monroe Donates $80K to Medical Marijuana Research

Baltimore Ravens' Eugene Monroe donated $80,000 to medical marijuana research for NFL players suffering concussions and sports-related injury. 

2016 SoCal Medical Cannabis Cup: How Cannabis Will Save the NFL

After participating in a panel at the 2016 SoCal Medical Cannabis Cup, former NFL players Kyle Turley, Nate Jackson and Eben Britton sat down with HIGH TIMES editor-in-chief Dan Skye to discuss how pot can help football players recover from a wide range of injuries, inclu...

2016 SoCal Medical Cannabis Cup: NFL Panel

On opening day of the 2016 SoCal Medical Cannabis Cup, a group of former NFL players hosted a panel called "How Cannabis Will Save the NFL." One of the speakers was former running back Ricky Williams. 

NFL Should Invest in Medical Pot Research for Brain Concussions

In addition to the many scandals and crises facing the NFL lately, another big one lies in wait if not addressed properly and soon—Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (

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