'These Players Are Suffering': Doctors, Ex-Players Push the NFL to Change Its Cannabis Policy
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'These Players Are Suffering': Doctors, Ex-Players Push the NFL to Change Its Cannabis Policy

“This isn't a joke,” Eugene Monroe, former offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens.

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March 25, 2019

legalize medical marijuna, former NFL players have a message for the league’s top brass: stop punishing players for using cannabis." data-reactid="15">

legalize medical marijuna, former NFL players have a message for the league’s top brass: stop punishing players for using cannabis." data-reactid="15">As more states legalize medical marijuna, former NFL players have a message for the league’s top brass: stop punishing players for using cannabis.

Eugene Monroe, former offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, told Yahoo Finance. “This is men's lives that you have decision to make a huge impact on. There are players suffering.”" data-reactid="16">“This isn't a joke,” Eugene Monroe, former offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, told Yahoo Finance. “This is men's lives that you have decision to make a huge impact on. There are players suffering.”

dropped by the Ravens after making his public stance — is pushing the NFL to reform its cannabis policy in partnership with prominent physicians who agree that the league’s no tolerance rule is doing players more harm than good." data-reactid="17">Monroe — the first active NFL player to openly advocate for the use of medical marijuana, and dropped by the Ravens after making his public stance — is pushing the NFL to reform its cannabis policy in partnership with prominent physicians who agree that the league’s no tolerance rule is doing players more harm than good.

dropped by the Ravens after making his public stance — is pushing the NFL to reform its cannabis policy in partnership with prominent physicians who agree that the league’s no tolerance rule is doing players more harm than good." data-reactid="17">

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