Defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions, Nick Fairley, has had his court date regarding marijuana possession pushed back to July.
Fairly was arraigned on Tuesday on charges regarding marijuana possession after he was arrested in April during a traffic stop.
Fairley is currently in a substance abuse program lead by the NFL and has passed every drug test that he has had taken since then. He may face suspension from the football league this season as a result of the arrest.
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