Soon we may see nearly 25 percent of Americans living in a state with access to legal cannabis. But when will professional athletes get the same access?
Retired NFL player. Proud father and loving husband. On a mission to get the NFL to accept cannabinoids as a viable option for pain management.
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Recent posts by Eugene Monroe
Cannabist op-ed: ‘It fascinates me that in a league predicated on intelligence, supreme toughness and swagger that fear and denial in health care are perpetuated,’ former NFL player Eugene Monroe writes
Recently retired NFL player Eugene Monroe pens his first column for The Cannabist: “My football family needs help. I’m proud to fight for that help.”
For the first time I can remember (insert memory joke here), I’ve felt like I’m too busy to get high lately. As a daily toker for years, this makes frighteningly little sense. I point to examples of high-functioning peers all the time when confronted by the “Pot makes ya dumb!” crowd, yet here I find myself apprehensive to indulge.
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