Ravens’ Eugene Monroe Donates $10,000 To Marijuana Research

Monroe told CNN last week that the NFL needs to change its stance on marijuana and take a look at the drug's possible benefits as it relates to pain relief and possibly concussions.

MARYLAND: Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe urged NFL players to donate to marijuana research on Tuesday morning, a day after an NFL official acknowledged a link between football-related head trauma and chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

Monroe tackled the issue on Twitter:

Realm of Caring Foundation is an organization committed to researching the health benefits of marijuana and educating the public about this form of therapy. Monroe told CNN last week that the NFL needs to change its stance on marijuana and take a look at the drug’s possible benefits as it relates to pain relief and possibly concussions.

 

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