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Packer WR Busted for Pot Dresses for Playoff Games

Green Bay receiver Geronimo Allison was arrested for marijuana possession in September. The charge was filed in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin in December, but was revealed several days before the Packers met the Cowboys in the NFL playoffs on Jan. 15.

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NFL Player With Crohn's Disease Suspended for 10 Games

"He needs cannabis," a NFL source says about Bills offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson, who suffers from Crohn's disease and has been suspended twice this season for failing drug tests. "You can't take painkillers with the way his intestines are."

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Medical Marijuana Advocate Eugene Monroe Quits NFL

Six weeks following his release by the Ravens, veteran offensive tackle Eugene Monroe has decided to retire from the NFL after just seven years in the league. Monroe has taken a stance in favor of medical marijuana in the last year.

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NFL Suspends Steelers Star Receiver for One Year

Martavis Bryant has been banned for a year by the NFL due to another violation of the league's substance abuse policy. The Pittsburgh wideout sat out the first four games of the 2015 season after he failed several drug tests for marijuana.

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One for the Stoners: Denver Wins Super Bowl 50

It wasn't exactly the Stoner Bowl of two years ago when Seattle trounced Denver. But Super Bowl 50 featured the Broncos again, representing the Mile High city and state. In a defensive struggle, they defeated Carolina, 24-14.

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Former Players Pile on NFL's Drug Policy

One after another, former NFL players are calling on the league to allow marijuana as an alternative to numbing pharmaceuticals. In the last week, Jim McMahon, Ricky Williams and Kyle Turley have challenged the NFL's intransigence on the drug issue.

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2015 Celebrity Drug Busts from A-Z

Celebrities getting arrested for drug possession is on the decline. Just eight celebs, including Rick Ross and Nelly, were busted in 2015, a drop of 80% from 2014.

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