While the NFL’s announcement of its new cannabis study is a start, Ricky Williams believes the NFL “is eventually going to catch up” to the general public’s view of marijuana.
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.
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.
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.
While in recovery from crack cocaine and other substance issues, Lamar Odom claims he found the healing powers of cannabis.
Few quarterbacks can match the widespread respect and recognition than four-time Super Bowl champion Joe Montana claims in the world of football.
Ricky Williams has followed in the footsteps of other former athletes and launched his own cannabis product line.
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