In an offseason where the NFL has gotten more off the field incidents then on, players can’t wait for training camps to start. Especially the young ones that tend to get in trouble – i.e. the Detroit “Baby” Lions. Most of you have gotten in trouble when you were younger, from smoking pot to vandalism – with this young stoner growing marijuana.
Many professional athletes that enter their respected leagues are not even old enough to buy a tall Guinness pint, with some not being able to get a medical marijuana card. Due to up-to-date media coverage, the “Baby” Lions antics were plastered for their off-field incidents.
(RB Mikel Leshoure , DB Aaron Berry, OT Johnny Culbreath, DT Nick Fairley):
Leshoure, suspended two games, was found to be smoking hydroponic grade marijuana. The stoner violated the substance abuse policy for being a 420 lover of blunts in his spare time. Not using steroids, but pot found at any medical marijuana dispensary. After taking the rap for smoking weed, he was caught a 2nd time a month after for marijuana possession.
Berry, who was cut because of “personal conduct which adversely affects the club,” was arrested twice during the offseason; one for marijuana/alcohol DUI and one for assault.
Fairley was caught on DUI charges and trying to outrun the cops – While also being caught a 2nd time for possessing various marijuana strains.
Culbreath got off lucky with his run in with the cops. After a marijuana related incident where he was allegedly smoking weed, a sigh of relief was gasped after those charges were dropped.
Remembers fellas — marijuana laws go for everyone no matter if you’re a gladiator of the gridiron. It’s time to put down the blunts for now and pick-up the footballs boys.