Ehlo's playing career led to surgeries and prescribed pain killers, which eventually led to an addiction. It all came to a head in the summer of 2013 with a bizarre family dispute and arrest.
“I was embarrassed to be arrested,” Ehlo tells the New York Times. “But it brought my addiction to the front, got me into treatment and that allowed me to rebuild the relationship with my wife.”
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New York Times: Old Coug Ehlo on the way back
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