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Calvin Johnson, a.k.a. Megatron, has recently become a cannabis advocate and wants to start a marijuana business.
Tiki Barber, who uses CBD-infused products to manage residual pain from his playing days, believes the NFL needs to change its approach in letting players use marijuana for pain management.
The National Football League is prepared to make concessions around its substance abuse policy in its next Collective Bargaining Agreement with players, according to reports.
The Mt. Hood Cannabis Company wants to gift you a free cheese or pepperoni pizza with a purchase any half-ounce of cannabis during Super Bowl weekend.
With the Super Bowl being held in this southern locale this year, people looking to offer a taste of ATL to their guests on game day can look no further than this crunchy, salty classic app.
Doctors are asking if the noble weed may hold some answer for those with traumatic brain injury that currently need better therapeutic solutions.
Infusing a cheese sauce with cannabis isn’t as hard as it sounds—using a roux to build your sauce enables a goopy goodness that no one will want to pass on this Super Bowl.
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.
Joe Montana, the four-time Super Bowl champion and quarterback legend, announced his venture firm would invest $75 million into a California-based marijuana company.