Jim Mcmahon

Jim McMahon
James Robert McMahon Jr. (born August 21, 1959) is a former Champion All Pro American Football quarterback. He played college football at Bringham Young University , where he was a two-time All-American and later a 1998 inductee of the College Football Hall of Fame. Due to his collegiate success, McMahon was drafted 5th overall in Pro Football.
McMahon consumes cannabis to treat the chronic pain and arthritis that he suffers from as a result of his football career. He calls cannabis a “godsend” that allowed him to completely eliminate his painkiller habit which he says included 100 Percoset pills a month. McMahon has been active in speaking about his experience using cannabis, serving as spokesperson for the Cannabis Sports Policy Project and a member of the Gridiron Cannabis Coalition along with several other former Pro players. McMahon appeared in a TV ad supporting cannabis legalization in the state of Arizona.
In November 2016, McMahon was among the signatories of an open letter urging a change in Pro Football’s policy towards cannabis. The letter was penned by Doctors for Cannabis Regulation and signed by several other Pro players.



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