If you tune into the Super Bowl on Sunday, you're sure to see commercials hawking stuff. What you won't see? Ads for marijuana.
The NFL Players Association made a bold step toward softening its position on marijuana use, but it remains to be seen how the league will react.
Professional football has long since surpassed baseball as America’s most popular sport. The NFL’s Super Bowl is a national party. Super Bowls represent 19 of America’s 20 most-watched TV broadcasts.
In the last week we heard from NBA legend Phil Jackson and Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr talking about their own marijuana use and how they think professional sports leagues like the NBA and NFL should change their marijuana policies.
New York Knicks President Phil Jackson made two admissions regarding marijuana Tuesday night: One about his personal use 47 years ago and the other, more importantly, about the league's current culture.
Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr made headlines over the weekend for speaking out in favor of medical marijuana.
The NFL has a drug problem and more and more of its players are speaking out about it. When will the league okay marijuana?
The National Football League and its players don't see eye to eye on a lot of matters these days, but the league's draconian stance...