What a dope.
Former Jets safety Jamal Adams posted and then deleted a photo of himself watching the Seahawks’ Week 4 matchup against the Dolphins with his helmet on, arms crossed behind his back and what appeared to be a rolled joint sitting on a coffee table.
“No matter what, I’m always locked in! LET’S GO!! #Prez,” he wrote on Twitter on Sunday afternoon while sidelined with a groin strain that he suffered in Week 3 against the Cowboys.
Moments later, the two-time Pro Bowler reposted the photo in the same pose with the apparent joint no longer visible, though many social media users had screenshot and reposted the original image.
NFL players can no longer be suspended for marijuana, following the latest round of CBA negotiations.
Marijuana is also legal in the state of Washington for anyone over the age of 21 at state-licensed stores. Washingtonians can purchase up to one ounce of usable marijuana at a time.
Prior to the new CBA, the NFL had the harshest punishments of any major American sport with regards to marijuana. Players will instead face a small fine if their blood test indicates more than 150 nanograms of THC (increased from 35 nanograms as part of the CBA).
Adams was traded from the Jets to the Seahawks in July. The 2017 first-rounder from LSU has recorded 14 solo tackles, nine assisted tackles, two sacks, three tackles for a loss and five QB hits through three games with Seattle.
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