If you’re confused by synthetic marijuana, then a series of recent news stories about the drug probably didn’t clear things up. First, the Boston Globe reported that New England Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones “had a bad reaction to a substance he put into his body” and walked to a nearby police station to get help. Show More Summary
Chandler Jones -- brother of UFC Light Heavyweight Jon Jones and defensive end for the New England Patriots -- founds himself in a pickle last week after he walked into a police station to ask for help after he had a bad reaction toShow More Summary
UFC superstar Jon Jones says his NFL star brother Chandler Jones is doing well after a bizarre police incident last week... saying he's just going through the "growing pains" of being a celebrity. Chandler -- a star defensive end for the New…
New England Patriots defensive lineman Chandler Jones apologized on Thursday for "a pretty stupid mistake" related to his use of "synthetic marijuana," but what was the mistake? Jones had a bad reaction to a synthetic cannabinoid product,...Show More Summary
No new injury for Patriots DE Chandler Jones
Six days after the Patriots’ Chandler Jones was hospitalized for what was reported to be a bad reaction to synthetic marijuana, the 25-year-old defensive lineman was in the starting lineup for New England in its divisional round playoff game against Kansas City on Saturday. Almost immediately, media members and fans alike began to correlate Coach […]
Patriots' Jonathan Kraft says Chandler Jones 'handled this appropriately'
Everyone was wondering how the New England Patriots would deal with Chandler Jones‘ synthetic marijuana incident. No one expected this. When asked whether or not he planned to address his team about the issue Friday morning, Patriots owner Robert Kraft told the media, “I already have!” As for his actual message to the players, he said […]
Synthetic weed, otherwise known as K-2, spice, or by the scientific name of synthetic cannabinoids is named so because it contains cannabinoid chemicals that are found in regular marijuana. They are either sprayed on dried, shredded plant materials that can be smoked or liquids that can be vaporized and inhaled. Show More Summary
The strange story of Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones could result in league scrutiny, even if the absence of an arrest or a positive test. Whether he was using synthetic marijuana or the real thing (the police report says authorities smelled burned marijuana in Jones’ apartment), the information gathered and documented likely is sufficient to…
Cris Carter was a great NFL wide receiver, which qualifies him somewhat to talk about football on television. It does not qualify him, however, to speculate wildly about what drugs players are using. Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones...Show More Summary
New England Patriots Star Chandler Jones earlier in the week had to be hospitalized due to him smoking ‘Fake Weed’ that had him shoeless, shirtless, and confused as he was outside of a Foxboro police station. Here’s how it all went down … cops say they first noticed Chandler scurrying toward the cops-only back entrance […]
Former NFL star and current analyst Cris Carter does not believe that synthetic marijuana caused New England Patriots defensive lineman Chandler Jones' bizarre behavior on Sunday morning. Speaking on ESPN's "Mike & Mike" show on Friday morning, Carter speculated out loud about what might have happened....
ESPN NFL analyst Cris Carter was a guest on the Mike & Mike show this morning, and he had some interesting takes on Chandler Jones’s brush with synthetic weed: Read more...
It got worse from there.
Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones was rushed to the hospital on Sunday as a result of what was reportedly a bad reaction to synthetic marijuana. But one former player who had his own history of drug issues suspects something more serious. Cris Carter, the Hall of Fame receiver turned ESPN analyst, said on Mike &…
Carter said the synthetic marijuana story does not pass “the smell test.”
Chandler Jones Hospitalized After Drug-Induced Freak Out That synthetic weed is something else! A New England football star just learned the hard way that trying to side-step the law with fugazi-trees is a serious roll of the dice w...
1. Why is synthetic marijuana in the news? Patriots linebacker Chandler Jones was hospitalized on Sunday after an adverse (...)
On Sunday morning, New England Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones was hospitalized after showing up at the Foxborough police station seeking help for what reports have said was a bad reaction to synthetic marijuana. And now further details have emerged about his interaction with the police, including how a cop... More »