It looks like there may be more than one Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive player in trouble for taking Adderall. According to FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer: with Bucs starting cornerback Aqib Talib suspended for four games for Adderall, their other starting cornerback Eric Wright may also be facing a four-game ban for also using the banned stimulant. The Bucs are not the only team who has been punished for players taking Adderall. Earlier this season the NFL suspended Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden, as well as a few members of the New York Giants’ secondary. The NFL has yet to announce an official punishment or statement regarding Wright.
With Bucs starting Cb Aqib Talib suspended 4 games for Adderall, their other starting CB Eric Wright also facing a 4 game ban for Adderall.
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 28, 2012