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U.S.: Former Lineman Eben Britton Discusses Marijuana Use In The NFL

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Former NFL lineman and current writer Eben Britton this week discussed marijuana use in the National Football League.

Cannabis media platform MERRY JANE sat down with Britton on "Deflowered," a MERRY JANE original series that unveils an intimate look at the lives of artists and society's influential figures that have been touched by cannabis and its culture.

Each episode poses a unique look into a monumental "first time" for guests -- a vital moment to their careers, inspirations and outlook. "Deflowered" brings new light to the vast array of people within cannabis culture.

To watch the new episode of "Deflowered" featuring Eben Britton, visit: https://www.merryjane.com/culture/deflowered-with-eben-britton

MERRY JANE was recently launched by entertainment icon, Snoop Dogg, and media entrepreneur, Ted Chung. The website, including partners Seth Rogen, Guy Oseary and Miley Cyrus, is a media platform at the crossroads of pop culture, business, politics, health, and the new generation of normalized, sophisticated cannabis culture for all.

Photo of Eben Britton: Leafly

U.S.: Snoop Dogg Launches Merry Jane Media Platform For Marijuana

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By Steve Elliott
Hemp News

Music legend Snoop Dogg on Monday announced the upcoming launch of MerryJane.com, a new digital media business dedicated to marijuana.

The rapper/investor said at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference that the media platform, Merry Jane would be an online destination for cannabis users and the industry that serves them, reports Jessica Guynn at USA Today.

MerryJane.com will feature celebrity interviews, marijuana news coverage, and tips on subjects such as identifying the best strains. The platform will feature several different video series, including "Deflowered," which focuses on first-time cannabis experiences, and a cooking show on how to make pot-infused edibles.

"We're providing the industry with something that's void right now," Snoop said, reports Ryan Parker at The Hollywood Reporter. "We are the information hotline for cannabis. We are what's missing."

"There are few companies out there that have attempted to enter into the marketplace, and their download apps total and page views total are really numbers that we're going to crush within the first six months," said MerryJane.com cofounder, media entrepreneur Ted Chung.

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