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The pain of defeat Browns fans experience over and over again can sometimes be too much bear.

MLB and the MLB Players Association are negotiating changes to the drug agreement that would introduce opioid testing.

Former NBA big man Al Harrington has emerged as one of the biggest supporters of marijuana use within the league today.

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern says the league’s ban on marijuana is outdated and should be reconsidered in the next collective bargaining agreement.

Major League Baseball and its Players Association just might have made themselves leaders in the latest social progression movement in professional sports.

“People can do very well to use a little cannabis after an exertion activity to limit inflammation."

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