Cowboys’ David Irving
Weed Offers Rolling In
… After NFL Retirement
David Irving — the NFL player who quit over the league’s marijuana policy — says he’s getting into the weed business … and he’s already brainstorming names for his new company.
Remember, the 25-year-old went to social media last week — lit up a joint — and announced he was leaving the Dallas Cowboys and retiring from pro football, despite the fact he’s a pretty solid player.
So, what’s next for Irving? A lot, actually.
Irving tells us he’s doing everything from producing TV shows to working with FUBU … and, of course, he’s already planning to launch his own strain of marijuana.
“It’s gonna be that 9-5 OG” Irving says … referring to his jersey number on the Cowboys.
“It’s been going crazy. It’s been off the hook. I’ve had a lot of good emails. A lot of good text messages and a lot of good conversations. There’s a lot of options, and a lot of ways I can go.”
As for his Hollywood plans, David says he’s the executive producer for a new TV show called “Behind The Money” — hosted by FUBU co-owner J. Alexander … which premieres on Impact Television Network in May.
“Things are going well, man. I can’t complain right about now.”