Drug Class May Keep NFL from Tough Decisions

by Mike Miller November 5, 2014
Should the National Football League (NFL) allow its players to use marijuana? Of course the drug remains illegal in many states, but what about the states where it has been legalized for medicinal purposes? Players insist it helps keep them using and abusing prescription pain medication. What about players who are already suffering from addiction? Should the NFL and the players union be able to dictate the law? As reported in profootballtalk.nbcsports.com. If receiver Josh Gordon has an addict... [More]

How High Will Broncos Fans Get During the Super Bowl?

by Mike Miller February 2, 2014
The pundits have had a field day discussing marijuana in relationship to this year’s Super Bowl. The primary reason is that these are the only two teams in the National Football League who play their home games in a state where marijuana is legal for recreational purposes. If you have been on another planet recently, you might not have heard that beginning last month weed is now legal in both Washington and Colorado. This year’s epic game will pit the Denver Broncos against the Sea... [More]

Member of Richard Petty Racing Headed to 24 Hour Drug Awareness Class ASAP!

by Mike Miller November 29, 2013
Auto racing and drug use do not belong together in any way, shape or form. It takes the most minor of infractions to incur serious repercussions. These are life-and-death situations. A violation of NASCAR's substance-abuse policy has cost crew chief Todd Parrott his job with Richard Petty Motorsports. As reported in www.sbnation.com. Parrott had been the crew chief for the No. 43 car driven by Aric Almirola, but was suspended indefinitely last week by NASCAR after failing a random drug test. ... [More]