The NFL reached out to the NFL Players Association to consider studying cannabis and its role in pain management. But what about opioids?
Earlier this week the NFL offered to work with the players’ union to study marijuana as a form of pain management. Now more people are jumping on board.
Sports announcer Joe Buck is someone who fans recognize as almost famous—or infamous—as the athletes themselves and there are a couple of reasons why.
As an employee of any sports franchise, the job you're doing is constantly under scrutiny. For example, if you’re Phil Jackson.
According to Mike Wise of The Undefeated, the Cavs’ postgame locker rooms strongly smelled of marijuana.
For as much hype that precipitated Game 1 of the NBA Finals, the basketball contest itself slipped into snoozefest territory. Except for Rihanna.
Tom Brady has reason to be cocky. The only quarterback to win five Super Bowls, he won the last in highly dramatic fashion.
Nine former NFL players from the Denver Broncos Alumni Association met recently to tour a facility that’s helping bring them relief.
Cannabis and the sports world meet again, thanks to Formula Drift racer Danny George. The drifter became the first racer officially sponsored by cannabis.
Jerry Jones, the influential and controversial owner of the Dallas Cowboys, wants the NFL to “drop its prohibition on marijuana use,” according to reports over the weekend.