More Famous Athletes Battling Addiction

Alcohol Rehab Columbus OHIn the last post, our drug and alcohol rehab Columbus OH center was discussing famous athletes who are currently trying to live sober after battling some form of substance abuse and addiction problem. We talked about Michael Phelps, Andre Agassi, and Daryl Strawberry, among others.

Today, you'll find even more additions to our list. From NFL football players to WWE wrestlers, the number of different professional athletes battling addiction might surprise you. If you're looking for alcohol rehab Columbus OH services in 2017, Legacy Freedom can help you, your family member, or other loved one. Call us today to learn more about our outpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs.

More Famous Athletes Battling Addiction

Michael Irvin

Michael Irvin is one of the NFL's “Top 100 Players of All-Time,” coming in at number 92 on the list. This legendary Cowboy superstar, however, was once busted for possession of cocaine and marijuana. Now he's a famous media personality and sports commentator and works hard at giving back to his community.

Rob Van Dam

Rob Van Dam is a former ECW and WWE World Champion. In 2006 he was suspended from wrestling in the WWE for thirty days after being arrested, along with wrestler Sabu, for marijuana and Vicodin possession. Van Dam is now possibly working on a contract that will allow him to return to the WWE.

John Daly

Nicknamed 'Long John', for his long drives off the tee, and 'Wild Thing', because of his fast and hard living, John Daly is notoriously known as the PGA's bad boy. Heavy drinking and alcohol abuse kept him from winning a professional tournament for six years, even though he did win two majors over the course of his professional career. Now that he's 50 years old and has considerably slowed down with his excessive drinking, he can actually enjoy golf on the Senior PGA Tour.

Lawrence Taylor

This man was a prolific NFL defensive player during his football career. However, he's been struggling with substance abuse for the majority of his adult life. Recently, in September of 2016, he was arrested in Florida for driving while impaired after sideswiping a patrol car that was parked on the shoulder of the road.

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