The NFL would rather that Mike James consume powerful opioids to manage his chronic pain, risking addiction, overdose and even death, than use the drug that actually works the best for him.
Eddie Yarbrough Womens Jersey That was the message from the league last month when it rejected his application for a therapeutic-use exemption for the drug this season. The free-agent running back had hoped the exemption, called a TUE, would allow him to treat his pain without fear of violating the league’s substance-abuse policy.
His problems with pain started in 201James, a rookie with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, broke his ankle driving toward the goal line in a Monday Night Football game.
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Former 49ers teammates Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid are training together as they look to get back into the NFL, Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group writes. The duo was spotted working out at Cal State East Bay, but declined to offer specifics on their plans.
We’re not doing interviews, Kaepernick said. We’re just here getting in a workout.
From a talent perspective, both players should be rostered by NFL teams. However, their participation in anthem protests has apparently kept them from finding employment. Kaepernick, of course, sat out the entire 2017 season without drawing a concrete offer.
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