After The NFL, Pot Saved Boo Williams' Life. He's Trying To Return The Favor.
Before he broke through for an improbable NFL career, marijuana helped Boo Williams cope with a struggle that nearly broke him. After football, he's trying to help.
The NFL's New Drug Policy Could Help the Home Team
The NFL changed the way prescription medications will be handled in stadiums. This may give the home team an advantage.
Painkillers in the NFL: Kyle Turley on Playing Numb
Kyle Turley reflects on the long-term effects of playing through injuries by using team-prescribed painkillers and the hypocrisy of the NFL's substance abuse policy.
Painkillers in the NFL: Keith McCants on the War Within
Keith McCants reflects on losing control as mental and physical pain took over his life.
Painkillers in the NFL: Nate Jackson on “Hurt” vs “Injured”
Former NFL tight end and writer Nate Jackson talks about hitting the streets for more painkillers to be able to keep playing.
Painkillers in the NFL: Marcellus Wiley and The False Choice
NFL veteran and ESPN commentator Marcellus Wiley discusses his use of toradol and the renal failure that he suffered as a result.
USC Football Team Doctor Admits to Ignoring FDA and NCAA Painkiller Regulations
Doctors are supposed to tell patients what medications they're using and the risks they carry, but USC's team doctor couldn't be bothered to do either.