The average length of an NFL career is 3.3 years, but former all-pro offensive tackle Kyle Turley says that CBD has the potential to extend players' careers. In fact, he believes he would still be playing today - at 44 years old - if he had access to the CBD from the time he started playing the game. Catch more of his exclusive interview with JohnWallStreet here.
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Former NFL player Kyle Turley says that team doctors are contributing to - if not to blame for - players' prescription drug problems. Bringing up the subject of how opioid addiction occurs among athletes in an exclusive interview with JohnWallStreet, Turley said "It starts with with going to see the team doctor." Catch his full take in the video above. For more on the intersection of sports and finance, subscribe to JohnWallStreet's free daily newsletter.
It's widely expected that cannabis will be removed from the NFL's list of banned substances in the next collective bargaining agreement. But the players' ability to use CBD products is likely to come at a price in the form of an extended season. Former Saints, Chiefs and Rams offensive lineman Kyle Turley said that it's a shame the players would have to give up anything for something that could potentially save lives. "With concussions and CTE being such a big issue it's egregious and appalling that the players would have to give up anything. The NFL should be leading this [movement], not Kyle Turley," Turley said in an exclusive interview with JohnWallStreet. For more on the intersection of sports and finance, subscribe to JohnWallStreet's free daily newsletter.
Kyle Turley spent nine years in the NFL. The former offensive lineman explains how injuries he suffered on the field spiraled into drug addiction in an exclusive interview with JohnWallStreet. For more on the intersection of sports and finance, subscribe to JohnWallStreet's free daily newsletter.
Tom Brady Will Not Try to Bring Rob Gronkowski Back From Retirement Brady answered questions about his former Patriots teammate on WEEI's 'The Greg Hill Show' on Monday. Tom Brady, via 'The Greg Hill Show' Tom Brady, via 'The Greg Hill Show' Gronkowski was hired last week by Fox as an NFL analyst but has yet to file his retirement paperwork. New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said last week that he will "pray and hope" Gronkowski returns this season. Tom Brady, via 'The Greg Hill Show' Tom Brady, via 'The Greg Hill Show' Gronkowski won three Super Bowls over his nine-year career with the Patriots. The tight end holds the franchise record for most career touchdown receptions with 79.
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Ravens' Lamar Jackson Makes NFL History in Win Over Bengals . Jackson had 263 yards passing and 181 yards rushing in Baltimore's 23-17 win over Cincinnati. . Jackson became the first player with 200 yards passing and 150 yards rushing in a regular-season game in the Super Bowl era. . I’m trying to win at the end of the day. If I gotta run, I gotta do it. Today, that's what it was. Sometimes I had to pass, sometimes I had to run. Came out with the W. , Lamar Jackson, via statement . Jackson finished 14 yards shy of Michael Vick's NFL-record 166 yards rushing by a quarterback in 2006. . They gave us the looks, and we got out here and it was the same result. So, I just had to take advantage of it and move the ball. , Lamar Jackson, via statement. Last season against the Bengals, Jackson became the first quarterback in the Super Bowl era to record 100 rushing yards in his first career start. . Jackson tied Robert Griffin III's record last week when he surpassed 1,000 yards rushing in just 21 career games.