The NFL has always been known for showing strict regulations concerning players using performance-enhancing drugs. They have not been shy when it comes to handing out suspensions and fines for violating their drug policies. This season, players have thought they found a loophole in the drug policy by using Adderall….No, no, no. The NFL has cracked down on players using Adderall as well this season. Eric Wright, cornerback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was the NFL’s latest victim. Wright was suspended on Monday by the NFL for four games for using Adderall. The Buccaneers are repeat offenders due to former cornerback Aquib Talib who was suspended for three games earlier this season before being traded to the New England Patriots at the beginning of November. This four game suspension is going to put a nice hole in Wright’s pocket. Due to Wright’s four game suspension, Wright is supposed to lose $1.706 million. To make matters worse, Wright was guaranteed to make $7.75 million in base salary for next season but that salary is now null and void due to the NFL’s new collective bargaining agreement. So needless to say, the NFL will continue to be stiff when it comes to players taking medication to perform better on the field.