Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is another player whose character flaws included issues with weed

Colorado State caught fire midway through last season and returns most of the reasons. Can the Rams maintain form? Because if they do, they could win their first conference title since 2002.

After a shaky few weeks, Colorado State hit a cruising altitude that few mid-majors achieved, and in 2017, the Rams get to prove it wasn’t a fluke. They also get to prove whether Cheap NFL Jerseys USA they can maintain this high level for more than just a few weeks.

Those legends aren’t alone. Cardinals defensive back Tyrann Mathieu developed into an All-Pro after falling to the third round of the 2013 draft thanks to suspensions and drug test failures at LSU. Pro Bowl cornerback Janoris Jenkins slid to the 39th pick in 2012 after being kicked out of Florida’s football program for possession of marijuana the year prior. Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston is a four-time Pro Bowler who came at the bargain cost of a third-round selection after testing positive for weed at the 2011 combine.

Of course, some players with failed drug tests in their past flame out when they get to the NFL. Former Nebraska star Randy Gregory looked like a steal when he fell to the Cowboys with the 60th pick in the 2015 draft. Instead, he’s failed three more tests as a pro and will miss the entire 2017 season as a result. He’s played in only 14 games with Dallas.

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is another player Cheap Jackie Robinson Jerseys whose character flaws included issues with weed — though, in retrospect, that was the least of his problems. He had three successful seasons with the franchise, but will never set foot outside a prison for the rest of his natural life after being convicted of first-degree murder.