Typically we are wondering who is going high in the NFL Draft. This year we are wondering who is going to the NFL Draft high. This is being called the “hottest” rookie class ever. The marijuana ‘epidemic’ among the 2010 incoming NFL rookie class is out of control.
Don Banks of SI.com reports that, according to one personnel exec, 10 or 11 players with first-round grades have been red-flagged for enjoying the fumes of a certain type of burning green leaf.
And one head coach estimated that one third of the players on his team’s draft board has “some sort of history” with marijuana.
We all know in the NFL the more talent you have the more you can get away with. Last year Percy Harvin tested positive for marijuana at the NFL combine but was still drafted in the first round by the Vikings. With pot being decriminalized state by state and legalized for medical reasons, is seems owners and coaches are taking a softer stance on the drug with draftees.
One player coaches don’t have to worry about failing a drug test is God’s favorite Gator, Tim Tebow. The squeaky clean QB seems to be slowly climbing in the mock drafts. Maybe a bong hit or two will turn Tebow into a first rounder like Percy Harvin. Stranger things have happened in the draft.
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