Not unless it is big enough for the whole team. A sweat lodge would be nice for snowy games in open stadiums. Kansas City playoffs are killers.
Like the Balco case, any unknown drug enhancing performance should still be a banned substance.
That drug makes you feel like you’re back in Woodstock.
I’ve had several friends who went to Costa Rica for that. Not my idea of fun.
Maybe in December and January when you can use it to keep out of the cold!
fusilier, channeling today’s Non Sequitur ’toon
So the guy who doesn’t trust COVID vaccines does trust mushroom tea? Yep, very sciencey…
I’m speculating that a side effect of ayahuasca is anti-vax delusions.
Sorry,Aaron,you’ve still got to get your shot.Look,that 7-year old just got it and he’s not even crying
1965-66 Dodgers—one-two punch of Sandy Koufax&Don Drysdale. Who were the No’s 3&4 starters??
Use it for the concussion protocols…
Rodgers is an idiot. Seriously, not much brighter than the average goal post. I bet he “researched” the stuff the same way he did COVID-19.
OT- I read today in the Tulsa World Sports section that the OSSAA- OK HS sports-rules prohibit NIL in Oklahoma High Schools. They also stated that currently 14 states have rules that allow NIL at the High School level. Now this really is something I never expected to see and I do not think the NCAA ever considered that NIL might go this way. I can see it now, PeeWee Football star player gets an endorsement contract with local Cadillac Dealer
They are going to call him the Peyote Packer.
Since when is drug use unusual for professional sports athletes?
Well, you can take the guy outta Berkeley, but you can never take the Berkeley out of the guy………
Good thing that happens only once in a Blue Moon! GO COWBOYS!!!!!
The legality of a drug or a prescription by a medial doctor doesn’t override NFL rules. Unless you are a star QB named Aaron Rodgers then all bets are off.
August 01, 2014