"If you got 16, you can get a biz-zerd I'm choking on that doja sweet and sipping on that sizz-erp" Pimp C.
The Dallas Cowboys have had their fair share of players that have had substance abuse issues and now linebacker Rolando McClain has become latest Cowboy to have his exploits come to light.
Multiple reports say his current 10-game suspension is for testing positive for opiates, not marijuana. McClain has not reported to training camp and allegedly has an addiction to codeine through the use of purple drank, a slang term for a mix of prescription cough syrup and soda.
The 27-year-old is in the final stage of the NFL's substance-abuse policy, meaning he faces at least at one-year suspension if he's asked to enter a treatment center and doesn't comply.
McClain was a first-round draft pick in 2010.