The video is a trailer for the documentary Run Ricky Run, a film done on the stunning life decisions made by one of the greatest football players in history, who turned to the pleasure of drugs looking for more answers about life.
Ricky Williams became college football's all-time leading rusher in 1997 for the Texas Longhorns.
His NFL prospects were high, and after going to New Orleans, the Saints felt that they had the answer to their running back dilemma.
Head coach Mike Ditka traded whatever he could to simply get Williams on his team.
Going three seasons in New Orleans, he was traded to the Miami Dolphins. After failing three drug tests, he announced out of nowhere that he would be retiring in 2004.
He left the game of football to find himself, and he enrolled in the California College of Ayurveda to study the ancient Indian practice of holistic medicine. He also left the Dolphins with a 4-12 record the next season.
After a comeback two years later, Williams was again cited for failing a drug test and was suspended for the entire 2006 season.
In May of 2007, Williams failed another drug test. After it was sourced that Roger Goodell would not allow Williams back into the NFL, Williams made one last attempt by offering to take multiple drug tests per week and adhere to a strict set of guidelines stipulated by the NFL.
Amazingly, in October of 2007, Goodell reinstated Williams, who became the only player in NFL history to go six seasons in between 1,000-yard rushing seasons, a mark that will likely never be broken.