The Canadian Football League (CFL) is to the NFL as Miller beer is to Budweiser. It’s a lightweight that can’t compete.
That’s why the Cannabis league has decided to resort to tactics like luring players like Ricky “The Hemp” Williams and Onterrio “Whizzenator” Smith. Both players have been suspended by the NFL for violations against its drug policy.
By the way, the CFL does not test its players. That’s why Williams feels safe in the Cannabis league.
Ricky Williams was signed by the Toronto Argonauts. The team’s ownership said it was happy to have a role model like the “Hemp” on its squad.
Shame on the CFL for condoning such degenerate behavior. I’m sure parents are thrilled to have Ricky Williams as their child’s role model.
Onterrio Smith was signed by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers but was cut recently. The “Whizzenator” injured himself a few weeks back and was unable to recover. I guess he thought that his whizzenator could cure his injury.
By the way, the whizzenator was the device that Smith was caught with by Airport security. It is used to help a player mask his drug use.
Way to go Bombers. Was Smith going to be a great role model for kids? We shouldn’t be surprised by the CFL’s actions. Canadians seem to be apathetic to drug use, especially marijuana. Many people believe it should be legalized.
I’m not kidding. In recent elections in Manitoba, the marijuana party was on the ballot.
It all makes sense to me now. I’ve always questioned why the CFL awards a point for a missed field goal. It must be due to place kickers being high on weed. You see, they’re probably seeing three uprights and the league wants to ensure that they get at least one point for their efforts (I’m just kidding).
Kidding aside. The CFL has become a joke. It has to resort to signing degenerate drugged out football players that have become rejects of the NFL.
So the NFL is truly a league of rejects. The CFL tries to add exciting arena football type activities and rules but it’s really to mask the amateurish skills of its athletes.