We asked coaches, under the condition of anonymity, to share their stances on marijuana and whether players should still be punished for using it.
Canada’s elite athletes are smoking, eating and investing in marijuana. Is a toke before stepping to the start line far off?
Ryan O'Callaghan abused painkillers during his career but now uses marijuana because it's 'not addicting.'
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said marijuana and its potential in treating football-related injuries is “a medical issue” that the league is interested in researching further.
IRVINE, Calif. — The NFL has written to the NFL Players Association offering to work in tandem to study the potential use of marijuana as a pain management tool for players, according to people familiar with the situation.
Troy Smith brought a Heisman Trophy to Ohio, and a little over a decade later, he is hoping to bring the state medical marijuana, too.
Smoking anything before hitting the gym might seem like a bad choice, but a new California gym is betting on marijuana as a performance enhancer for its members.
While the idea of adding cannabis to your workout routine still seems somewhat counter-intuitive, it's gradually gaining acceptance.
Cannabis consumers are as varied as they come, and as such there are plenty of people who both toke and enjoy taking care of their health.
Retired NFL players use opioids at four times the rate of the general population, according to one study, and marijuana advocates say there’s a safer, healthier alternative available.
While the NFL draft dominated the Ben Franklin Parkway on Friday, several former players met at the Union League to discuss medical marijuana with cannabis entrepreneurs, scientists, and advocates.
Some people stretch before they workout. Others smoke a joint.
In Major League Baseball, the family-friendly American sport, no one smokes weed. Allegedly. Wink. Nudge.
Professional and retired mainstream athletes are already using forms of cannabis and cannabidiol (CBD) for acute and long-term pain management.
If the Cowboys owner gets his way, we could see fewer player suspensions.
Franco Harris is joining to movement for medical marijuana. While the Steelers legend is in good physical and mental health after a lengthy football career, he openly approves marijuana use for the days he doesn't feel so great and has become a strong advocate for current players to use the plant for medicine.