In some weird coincidence, the two states that have passed laws legalizing the sale of recreational marijuana are both represented in the Super Bowl. So it's been no surprise that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has faced a handful of questions regarding the league's stance on marijuana and he will take it off the banned substance list.
At a Super Bowl press conference, Goodell said he cannot foresee a change in the league's policy in the near future. But will that have to change sooner rather than later?
Terry Shapiro, executive director of Keva Recovery joined SportsTalk Live to discuss what impact marijuana could have on the league and its players if it is approved by Goodell.