As for the future of marijuana in the NFL, it’s as cloudy as Britton’s living room during those post-practice smoke-outs.

From Stanford man Richard Sherman on national TV after his team won the NFC Championship “celebrating” with a long, loud, crazed, classless trashing of the receiver he covered, Michael Crabtree, to players scoring and then grabbing at their crotches, to Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin, another Stanford man, choosing the Super Bowl, for crying out loud, to mime an end-zone defecation, then defiantly defending his behavior as meeting his and his teammates’ standards.

The Browns gave Cooper a look last year, but waived him after five games. Now, after three NFL deaths, the 27-year-old finds himself in O-line heaven: Dallas.

Austin was a 5-foot-8 speedster and all-purpose weapon coming out of West Virginia, and the Rams traded up to get him. He immediately established himself as a triple threat — running, receiving and returning — and in 2016, the Rams signed him to a $42 million extension. However, he has yet to have a breakout season — Austin has only one game with 100 or more receiving yards, just five with 100 or more yards from scrimmage. That’s probably why the Rams signed Robert Woods to a five-year, $39 million contract in March.

“There is a police-state mentality in the NFL,” says Jackson.

A retired coach who worked in a state where marijuana is now legal agrees: “As far as the NFL goes, [legalizing pot] is a nonstarter.”

While the league remains intractable, Fettner the sports agent believes that a progressive view will benefit all parties. “NFL testing for marijuana is not doing anybody any favors — including the NFL,” the agent sums up. “It makes them look bad, it makes the players look bad, and it glamorizes marijuana, which is the exact opposite of what you want to be doing. Marijuana has become less of a big deal for everyone — except for the guys who make the rules.”

Patterson, a dynamic receiver and return man out of Tennessee, was the Vikings’ third pick of the first round, and they sent four picks to the Patriots to take him. He scored an Cheap Authentic NFL Jerseys NFL-record 109-yard kickoff return as a rookie and made the Pro Bowl as a return man. However, he lost his starting job to seventh-round pick Charles Johnson the following year as he failed to Cheap Atlanta Braves Jerseys click with new QB Teddy Bridgewater and his numbers dropped.