Josh Gordon's suspension will state the NFL's stance on marijuana for the time-being. NFL GMs and coaches have already shown they don't care about marijuana. As long as you can play (not be suspended) then you can even start. The owners always have the final s...
Several former NFL players have filed a lawsuit, which alleges the league force-fed players powerful narcotic pain medication to keep them comfortably numb and profitable.
In the wake all-pro wide receiver Josh Gordon's facing a potential yearlong suspension for pot, it appears the league may be ready to make serious reforms.
One the eve of the 2014 NFL draft, former Denver Bronco Nate Jackson, the author of the critically acclaimed memoir Slow Getting Up, tells HIGH TIMES about what life is like for the average player and how marijuana should be allowed on the playing field.
The National Football League has an annual window in which it is allowed to test athletes for marijuana use and that window just so happened to open today...on 4/20.