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NFL Union Reminds Players Drug Testing Starts On 4/20

DENVER, CO - MARCH 11: Marijuana grows at 3D Cannabis Center in Denver, March 11, 2015. Colorado pot sales soar to record in
DENVER, CO - MARCH 11: Marijuana grows at 3D Cannabis Center in Denver, March 11, 2015. Colorado pot sales soar to record in January, bringing $2.3 million for schools. Around $36.4 million of recreational marijuana was sold this January compared to about $14.69 million sold the same month last year. (Photo by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

NFL players, you have about 30 days to get any illegal substances that may or may not be in your body out of it.

The drug-testing period isn’t anything we didn’t already know about, but that doesn’t make it any less funny that the union feels compelled to remind its players to, uh, stop enjoying their off-season so much with just a month to go.

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