Johnny Jolly rejoins the Packers
Johnny Jolly says he feels great, and it's a blessing to have a second chance. The veteran defensive end practiced with his Green Bay Packer teammates Tuesday for the first time since the end of the 2009 season.
The NFL suspended him for three years after a series of drug arrests in his home area of Houston.
Jolly says he has not taken codeine in 19 months. He just recently completed court-ordered addiction treatment, after spending time in prison for his offenses.