NFL Agents Worry AG Sessions Could Target Players as Examples in Federal Weed Enforcement

Article by Zach Harris, Merry Jane

Professional football players are getting calls from their representatives pleading them to lay off the smoke.

Cannabis industry insiders are sitting on the edge of their seat awaiting more information about a possible federal crackdown on recreational marijuana, but one other group of professionals is also going into panic mode, and they don’t grow, process or sell cannabis.

In a new report from Bleacher Report, NFL agents say they have been stressing about their player’s cannabis use and the idea of federal enforcement.

“Stay away from marijuana at all costs,” Bleacher Report says one agent told several of his players in a series of phone calls. “This isn’t about the NFL any longer. This is about the government coming after you.”

Agents, and the players they represent, aren’t worried about the NFL’s drug tests. Those come once a year, in the summertime when players have ample time to prepare – they are hard to fail. In every facet of pro football, people are concerned about Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump, and an administration that has already signaled their disdain for marijuana.

Bleacher Report spoke to a number of agents, players and team officials who were definitely shaken by Sean Spicer and Jeff Sessions’ recent comments about cannabis. One agent said that Spicer’s comments “sent a chill down my spine. I started warning my players.”

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