Raised in Brooklyn, New York and Los Angeles, California, Eben Britton is determined to make an impact. His notable accomplishments include a degree in Creative Writing from The University of Arizona, a decorated football career marked by numerous Team Captain and All-American honors, a six-year run in the NFL, and co-founding Athletes for CARE, a resource for athletes in their transition into life after sports. Eben is co-host of The Caveman Poet Society podcast, alongside fellow NFLer Nate Jackson. Eben has written a number of essays chronicling his experience in the league with injuries, drugs, drug policies and everyday life as a player. His work can be seen in various publications including Playboy magazine, (SI.com’s)The Cauldron, and Leafly. As a mindful athlete, utilizing natural healing methods in his everyday routine naturally moved Eben to speak on his experience with cannabis as a therapeutic medicine. Eben lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife Brittany, their daughter Sandy and their English bulldog Dutch.