It has long been established that NFL Films is one of the best things the NFL has going for it – the group presents the game and its characters in a cinematic way, the slow-motion action cuts and dramatic music endearing many to the game beyond just Sunday’s action (and Monday. Along those lines, “Hard Knocks,” the now-annual behind-the-scenes look at one team’s training camp and preseason has become an incredibly popular franchise. “All or Nothing,” which became available on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, is eight episodes that track the Cardinals from the 2015 NFL Draft through their loss to the Carolina Panthers in the NFC Championship in January.
As a small minority of NFL players begin to speak out about the potential pain-management benefits of medical marijuana, they have at least one former player in their corner: Jake Plummer. Plummer, who split 10 seasons between the Arizona Cardinals and Denver Broncos, was on BSN Denver this week, advocating for the use of cannabis for NFL players. Plummer has sharp aches and pains, but he apparently has not fallen victim to some of the maladies, like depression and addiction to painkillers that have afflicted former teammates.