Cleveland (WOIO) - Former Browns cornerback Eric Wright, who played for the team from 2007-2010 before moving on to the Detroit Lions and currently the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is facing a four-game suspension for using the drug Adderall. This, according to NFL Network contributor Jay Glazer.
Adderall is the banned substance that Browns CB Joe Haden tested positive for. Haden served his four-game suspension earlier this season.
Wright's the second Bucs CB to face this penalty for Adderall use. The Buccaneers lost Aqib Talib to a four-game ban earlier this month.