The double-blind study will research the effect medicinal cannabis can have on players who suffered past concussions, including long-term fallout, like PTSD, early dementia, and depression.
Shifting cultural attitudes and pro athletes advocating cannabis have made it easier for many former sports stars to go green over the past few years.
The Super Bowl would probably prefer to not have anything to do with cannabis, but the cannabis industry and football are destined to work together.
Super Bowl halftime shows have a lot of staying power, legitimizing some artists into a higher legendary status, like it did for these five performers.
If you are in attendance at the Super Bowl, you will see CBD coffee ads in the stadium, but if you are watching the game from home you will be not be exposed to any cannabis related advertising.
The floor routine that earned UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi a perfect score at this year's Collegiate Challenge has gone viral, thanks to her athletic ability and her signature Michael Jackson moves.
We are going to hear more about athletes using cannabis to burn through the anxiety and mental blocks that inevitably precede performance, competition and training.
Gordon played just 10 games between 2014-17. He was suspended for the 2015 and 2016 football seasons after he tested positive for marijuana.