Another NFL player bites the dust over the marijuana drug testing policy.
Despite the fact that selling and using marijuana is legal is a handful of states, the NFL is still handing down hefty suspensions for players who have failed drug tests.
Today, we found out that rising star wide out Martavis Bryant will miss the entire 2016 season over this issue.
Is this a fair rule though?
General manager Kevin Colbert said the Steelers "are very disappointed" with Bryant for his suspension.
"He is at a crossroads of his professional life, and he needs to understand significant changes need to occur in his personal life if he wants to regain his career as a Pittsburgh Steeler," Colbert said.
"We are hopeful that Martavis will take the necessary steps to develop the discipline in his personal life to become a successful player and a good teammate."
The big question: does the penalty fit the crime?
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