David Irving just basically ended his won career in grand fashion.
The Cowboys defensive lineman who was suspended indefinitely last week for violating the NFL’s drug policy, announced on Instagram Live on Thursday night that he is quitting the league.
Not because of too many injuries or shots to the head, but because he is not happy with the state of the league and how they deal with players who want to indulge in marijuana.
“Basically, guys, I quit. I know they’re talking about a suspension and all this other nonsense. I’m out of there. I’m not doing this s— no more,” Irving said.
“I’m going to be addicted to something, I’d rather it be marijuana, which is medical,” Irving said. “I do not consider it a drug.”
“But let’s it straight…I love football…However, I don’t love the NFL. The NFL isn’t football.”
When asked about his plans, he said, “Y’all will know about my plans pretty soon.”
“Good plans. Big plans in the making,” Irving said. “It would be best to just sit back and enjoy the show, now that I’m not in the NFL anymore.”
This latest suspension is Irving’s third in four years. Irving was suspended for the first four games of both the 2017 and 2018 seasons for violating the league drug policy.
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