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Many professional athletes have been affected by addiction. It is extremely painful to see your favorite players you’ve been cheering on for years struggling to cope with their addictions. As the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings football team, the unfortunate fact is that there are countless hours of football being played in which former players are struggling to cope with their addictions. Most of these former players are in a position where they have choices when it comes to their addictions. However, the one thing that they cannot choose is whether or not they will be able to handle their addiction the next day.
The thing about addictions is that they force addicts to make an impossible decision. This is because an addict will either carry their addiction or carry them on. It is extremely difficult to carry them on. The decision to quit addiction is a healthy and rational one. However, many professional athletes do not have a choice. Their addiction is forcing them to choose their addiction or their game. This gives them no choice but to carry it. This is how the NFL becomes a drug-infested league.
Former NFL Players and Their Addictive Personalities
The following former NFL players have some of the worst addictions and histories of abuse. It is common for players to make the choice between their addiction and their addiction. The following are some of the players who struggle with their addictions:
In the following instance, former player Brandon Moore made the decision to quit his addiction:
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