Former Detroit Lions Denied Entry To Michigan Medical Marijuana Business

As more football players turn to cannabis treatment for injury recovery and pain relief instead of dangerous opioids, Johnson and Sim could've represented a bridge between communities.

Johnny Marr Calls Baseball ‘Overrated’ Unless Weed Is Involved

If baseball wants to recapture the youth’s attention, maybe they should listen to Johnny Marr, former lead guitarist for The Smiths.

A Brief Celebration Of Stephen A. Smith Yelling About ‘The Weed’

I hope Stephen A. Smith never stops talking about "WEEDUH" so long as he lives. We'll all be better off for it. 

Canada’s Famous Stoned Snowboarder Urges WADA To Reclassify Marijuana

Twenty years ago, Ross Rebagliati had his Olympic snowboard gold medal taken away for testing positive for marijuana.

Touchdown: Cannabis Consumers Prefer the NFL Over all Other Pro-Sports

Professional football beat out other sports by far with 55.1 percent of interviewees saying they regularly follow the NFL. It defeated MLB, the NBA, and pro-hockey.

Former Dolphin Ricky Williams Squashes Marijuana Stigmas That Once Haunted Him

Even as cannabis was becoming normalized in more parts of the country, there was still a deep, lingering stigma that affected the biggest and best of us during the years that Ricky Williams played football  for the Dolphins.

How Will NHL Respond To Canada’s Legal Marijuana Sales?

It’s worth reminding that the NHL has the most progressive attitude toward cannabis among the major North American sports leagues.

Serena Williams’ Catsuit Controversy Evokes Battle Over Women Wearing Shorts

Even though tennis industry officials and country club muckety mucks wrote dress codes that outlawed shorts, many women refused to adhere to the rules and continued showing up to play wearing them.

David Irving Of Dallas Cowboys Defends Using Marijuana, Slams NFL Policies

The Dallas defensive end kept it very real in an Instagram post over the weekend.

NFL Introduces Its First Male Dancers This Season

For the first time ever, the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints will have male dancers joining the cheerleaders on the sidelines.