Terry Glenn's death suggests that, like alcohol, marijuana is dangerous for some, even when it seems fun.
NBC Sports Boston Report,NBC Sports Boston 23 hours ago
The autopsy of former Patriots wide receiver Terry Glenn showed his blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit and he had marijuana in his system when he was killed in a car crash Nov. 20, TMZ reported.
Glenn died and his fiance was injured when his truck crashed into a concrete divider in Irving, Texas, as they returned home from a Dallas Cowboys game. He was 43. TMZ reported that toxicology tests revealed Glenn had a .165 BAC as well as marijuana in his system. A marijuana grinder and bottle were found at the accident scene.
Glenn was suspended by the NFL for four games for failing a drug test in 2001, his final season with the Patriots. He also played for the Green Bay Packers (2002) and Cowboys (2003-07) and played collegiately at Ohio State
Bill Belichick, who coached Glenn in New England, remembered him on the day he was killed as a "good person with good intentions"