Found November 12, 2012 on Football Nation:
"Bureau Official: Here is an example: A fifteen-year-old lad apprehended in the act of staging a holdup - fifteen years old and a marijuana addict. Here is a most tragic case. Dr. Carroll: Yes. I remember. Just a young boy... under the influence of drugs... who killed his entire family with an axe." Above is a quote from the 1936 smash-hit "Reefer Madness." It's a fitting start to this article, because I almost thought Bill Romanowski was going to use it as a reference in Friday morning's appearance on ESPN's First Take.  Before diving into the future role of marijuana in the NFL, I'd like to take a moment to retort Romanowski's propaganda.  What he said will most likely serve as a foundation for future arguments against removing marijuana from the prohibited substances in the next NFL CBA. If you're going to take Romanowski at his word like Stephen A. Smith did during the debate, you have to consider the source.  Simply being an admitted ...
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