The NFL is preparing to change its policy on marijuana use. NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk reported that “the NFL is prepared to make major concessions regarding the substance-abuse policy, especially as it relates to marijuana” that is in talks for the next bargaining agreement with players. The NFL league would offer any revision of the substance abuse policy as a bargaining chip in negotiation and expect concession from players union in return.
The league could eliminate cannabis from its substance-abuse policy completely.
Various of athletes gave feed backs about the change such as Dallas Cowboys defensive end, David Irving and former Offensive Lineman, Kyle Turley.
Players Josh Gordon, Martavis Bryant and Randy Gregory are all suspended for testing positive for marijuana use.
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