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A GM Estimates 60-70% of the NFL Smokes Weed

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And it's good for glaucoma too.

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I bet you 60-70% of the Owners and GMs also smokes weed.

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I estimate 95% of The Huddle smokes maryjawana.

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Im on weed right now

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Marijuana use generally is not a deal breaker anymore when it comes to the NFL Draft. Multiple GMs said about half the kids they interview in the pre-draft process either admit they have used marijuana, or have a documented failed drug test in their records. They also estimate that between 60 and 70 percent of NFL players smoke weed.

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Did not realize it was that high.

I see what you did there.

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People who smoke weed aren't the best motivated....

There are people who don't smoke weed that aren't the best motivated either

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I bet 100% of the Nfl is on pain killers.

Oxycotin > weed

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The actual percentage is probably even higher. I don't give a poo though, weed will always be vilified.

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I was gonna score a touchdown, but then I got high

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93 % of the Huddle are meth heads.

Tobacco n alcohol lobbies will fight tooth n nail against legalization or have.. Add agri n pharma.

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:)

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