Cowboys David Irving Has “No Regrets” Quitting NFL for Weed

Cowboys David Irving Has "No Regrets" Quitting NFL for Weed

Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle David Irving said he has “no regrets whatsoever” about announcing his decision to retire from the NFL on Instagram.

David Irving decided to end his NFL career with the Cowboys and smoking marijuana. Read on and see why he has “no regrets”… reports that David Irving essentially picked the sticky icky over making millions of dollars in the NFL.

The Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle David Irving announced his decision on Thursday, blasting the NFL and defending his weed consumption by smoking a blunt on Instagram live. (Seen above)

Weeks before becoming an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his NFL career, Irving was suspended indefinitely by the NFL for a third violation of the league’s substance abuse policy.

The suspension apparently made it easy for the 25-year-old to quit the NFL. He said:

No regrets whatsoever. I know what I wanted to do. I’ve had plenty of time to think about it.

He also had a message from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in an interview with TMZ:

Spotrac reports, that the lineman earned a total of $3.6 million across five seasons in the NFL.

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