It’s been a little over four years since Ricky Williams’ professional football career ended. In the time that’s passed, he’s become a college football analyst for the Longhorn Network, a running backs coach at a small university in San Antonio, and an entrepreneur.

In the new SI Films Production “Ricky Williams Takes the High Road,” the former Heisman Trophy winning running back reflects on what his life is like today and what it was like leaving the NFL for good. He discusses his support for marijuana and how it can be a useful medical tool for NFL players.

Williams also opens up about how he felt when he left the league because of his support of the drug.

“It’s kind of true, but not the way that people see it, that I quit football to go smoke weed,” Williams says.

You can watch a preview in the clip above. The SI Films crew also follows Williams around a cannabis conference in Barcelona.

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