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Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving has finally spoken about getting suspended for using cannabis.

Regardless of rules, there are plenty of professional athletes that smoke weed.

More and more professional athletes are advocating for using cannabis to enhance their performance and to relieve pain caused by sport-related injuries.

As pot becomes more accepted in society, the NCAA and college programs are slowly following suit.

Consider it an early win: Basketball’s BIG3 has become the first professional sports league in the United States to allow its athletes to use cannabidiol (CBD), the nonpsychoactive ingredient in cannabis that many people use to manage pain and inflammation.

'The fact that a lot of people are saying it helps them can’t be ignored,' says doctor.

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