From left, former football players Marvin Washington, Ricky Williams, and Jim McMahon discussed cannabis in the NFL on a panel at the Southwest Cannabis Conference and Expo at the convention center in Fort Worth Sunday.
From left, former football players Marvin Washington, Ricky Williams, and Jim McMahon discussed cannabis in the NFL on a panel at the Southwest Cannabis Conference and Expo at the convention center in Fort Worth Sunday. Lawrence Jenkins Star-Telegram
From left, former football players Marvin Washington, Ricky Williams, and Jim McMahon discussed cannabis in the NFL on a panel at the Southwest Cannabis Conference and Expo at the convention center in Fort Worth Sunday. Lawrence Jenkins Star-Telegram

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