Belichick Warns Patriots About Marijuana for Trip to Denver

Marijuana has become one of the hottest topics in the United States, with both proponents and opponents of the substance going back and forth on the subject of it becoming legal on a federal level. Recently, the fire has been sparked under the issue, with Colorado becoming the first state to allow the drug for recreational use. Coincidentally, another one of the nations' hottest topics, the AFC Championship game, is taking place in the same state, and this hasn't gone unnoticed by anybody.

This Sunday, at 3 PM EST, two the AFC's best teams, the New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos, will be facing off at Denver's own Mile High Stadium.
The legalization of weed isn't an alienated topic for the Broncos organization, but the Patriots have never really had to worry about the media questioning them about it, until now. Bill Belichick isn't playing Mr. Oblivious, and he flat out warned his players, telling them "not to be stupid", running back LaGarrette Blount said. When Coach Belichick was questioned about it, shockingly he was a man of few words, saying that the interviewer should take the topic up with the league. Patriots players know that their visit to Denver is purely business, and they would be smart not to mix business with pleasure. Then again, this is the NFL, and players tend to make not-to-smart decisions. Hopefully, the mindset of both teams is focused on the game at Mile High, instead of worrying about getting high.

If only Ricky Williams had Bill Belichick as a coach.


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