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Former Ravens offensive lineman Eugene Monroe is retiring from the NFL

Ravens offensive lineman Eugene Monroe donates 80,000 dollars to marijuana research

Ravens offensive lineman Eugene Monroe donates 80,000 dollars to marijuana research

Today Eugene Monroe decided his days in the NFL are over. Selected eighth overall in the 2009 NFL draft, he spent the early years of his pro career with the Jacksonville Jaguars until a trade sent him to the Baltimore Ravens during the 2013 regular season. He played college football at Virginia. Monroe was the third offensive lineman from Virginia selected in the top 15 of an NFL draft in four years, following D’Brickashaw Ferguson and Branden Albert.

Even though Monroe had opportunities to play this season he decided to walk away from football.
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Source: Free agent offensive tackle Eugene Monroe is planning to retire. #NFL
I wonder if Monroe will continue to pursue research for Marijuana use in the NFL?

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