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Why the NFL Is on the Wrong Side of Marijuana History - Cannabis News

Seantrel Henderson isn’t your typical user. Marijuana serves as a pain reliever for the 24-year-old Buffalo Bills offensive lineman who was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease one year ago. Doctors told Henderson medical marijuana was the best medicine for his inflammatory bowel disease, which caused the 2014 seventh-round selection to have 80 centimeters of intestines removed during two different surgeries last year. Still, the NFL suspended Henderson 10 games in late November for violating the league’s substance abuse policy for the second time this season. 

That’s eight more games than former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was initially suspended for violating the NFL’s domestic violence policy back in 2014, and it’s the same total former Dallas Cowboys lineman Josh Brent received for a drunk driving incident that resulted in the death of ex-teammate Jerry Brown. Former NFL Complplayer Eugene Monroe has had enough of the NFL’s arbitrary suspensions.

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