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It’s been a few days since someone representing the NFL has gotten all sanctimonious about a trivial issue, but the wait is over, folks.
Former GM Bill Pollan, now a talking head for ESPN’s NFL team, got on his high horse to say that no player who has tested positive for weed at the NFL Combine has ever found success in the NFL.
Mike and Mike were quick to point out that, uh, yeah, they have. Randy Moss and Warren Sapp both had borderline HoF careers while smoking during their time in the league.
Bill Polian says players who test positive at combine never succeed. Then says “overwhelming majority.” Seems like a stretch. pic.twitter.com/MjlTwLPh4D
— Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) April 24, 2017
It’s true the overwhelming majority of those who test positive at the combine don’t succeed in the NFL, but it’s also true that the overwhelming majority of those who pass the drug test also don’t succeed.
To be fair, Bill Pollan looks like he’s about 712 years old, so maybe he still thinks toking grass is for jazz musicians and William S. Burroughs. That’s fine if he does, but maybe he’ll want to stay off television with that opinion.