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I hope he can overcome his demons and get the monkey off his back but it is clear that long term damage has already occurred. His interview made Mike Tyson sound like a genius.
This post was edited by Skaiwalker 15 months ago
Well.. you know he passed his drug test, right?
I guess that proves that the 93rd time is a charm.
Weed doesn't cause long term damage....he must have always been an idiot
"Stupidest player ever drafted drafted"
Hah, that would be Dexter Manley followed closely by Heath Shuler.
Do a little research and look at this kids background. Not condoning bad decisions, but I hope he succeeds.
No doubt the kid is a great player, but his character should have cost him a late round pick or even a free agent. Just feel bad for the kids that do it the right way and work their butt off. But a thug gets a chance to make more money than the kid that you never heard his name in college because he was doing it the right way! I'm calling it now, we will hear him getting in trouble or suspended for violation of substance abuse policy from the NFL!
I agree. I read the story ESPN did on him. He's struggled with demons even when things seemed to be going great in his life (SEC champs, Heisman invitations, etc.), so I'm pulling for him.
What long term damage with weed?
Nothing like toxic posts to make us look like haters.
Really? That's an easy answer.
The betyer question is - How about the long term damage of Spice?
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