In this Oct. 3, 2014, photo, former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon speaks as his No. 9 jersey went on permanent display at LaVell Edwards Stadium, during BYU's NCAA college football game against Utah State in Provo, Utah. McMahon calls himself "old school," including his use of marijuana both during and after his career. He will be featured in a 30-second ad touting medical marijuana on Thursday Night Football
In this Oct. 3, 2014, photo, former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon speaks as his No. 9 jersey went on permanent display at LaVell Edwards Stadium, during BYU's NCAA college football game against Utah State in Provo, Utah. McMahon calls himself "old school," including his use of marijuana both during and after his career. He will be featured in a 30-second ad touting medical marijuana on Thursday Night Football Rick Bowmer AP
In this Oct. 3, 2014, photo, former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon speaks as his No. 9 jersey went on permanent display at LaVell Edwards Stadium, during BYU's NCAA college football game against Utah State in Provo, Utah. McMahon calls himself "old school," including his use of marijuana both during and after his career. He will be featured in a 30-second ad touting medical marijuana on Thursday Night Football Rick Bowmer AP

Ex-Bears QB McMahon will tout medical marijuana in ad during Thursday Night Football

October 19, 2016 04:56 PM

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