Nfl Players Now Can Smoke Marijuana Without Being Suspended

New Policy: NFL Players Will Not Be Suspended For Cannabis Use

New Policy: NFL Players Will Not Be Suspended For Cannabis Use

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The National Football League Players Association has come to a new collective bargaining agreement which includes changes to the league’s cannabis policy. Players will no longer face suspension from the league for positive marijuana test results. These changes bring the NFL’s previously dated cannabis policy to a far more progressive place in the sports world.

The new CBA includes changes to the NFL’s drug policy, as follows:

Changes to Drug Policy
-Narrows the testing window of THC from four months to two weeks at the start of training
camp
-Reduces the penalties to players who test positive for THC, eliminating any game suspensions strictly for positive testsReduces the number of players subjected to testing for THC
-Increases the nanogram limit from 35 to 150

NFL players will no longer face suspension from the league for positive marijuana test results. NFL players can now smoke cannabis without being suspended.
This NFLPA fact sheet was sent to all league players to explain the changes.

This agreement was narrowly approved through the votes of players and will remain in effect until 2030.

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