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Which NFL players are most likely to be suspended for marijuana use?

Which NFL players are most likely to be suspended for marijuana use?

I’m not a fan of the “don’t mess with me” attitude, and I don’t think it’s one that’s going to change anytime soon.

However, when it comes to NFL players who have been arrested or charged with marijuana use, the league is doing everything it can to help them.

According to a study by the Marijuana Policy Project, over 30 NFL players were arrested for marijuana possession during the 2017 NFL season.

That number includes a majority of the top-ranked pass rushers (including Von Miller, Ezekiel Elliott, Derek Carr, Ryan Mathews, and Derrick Henry), as well as the league’s top defensive ends, linebackers, and safeties.

However.

if you’re looking for the “most likely to get suspended” list, you’ll find plenty of NFL players that aren’t facing suspensions, including defensive end Chris Long, linebacker Terrance Knighton, cornerback Marcus Peters, and wide receiver Randall Cobb.

Of course, it’s important to keep in mind that players can still be arrested or indicted for marijuana-related offenses and may not be able to immediately receive a suspension.

So, it might be wise to stick to the “more likely to have their marijuana charge dropped” list.