The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense is on the verge of taking a major hit, after news cornerback Eric Wright is facing a four-game suspension for violating the league’s performance enhancing drugs policy, according to Jay Glazer. The Bucs are already missing cornerback Aqib Talib due to a four-game ban for taking Adderall, an ADD medication.

Wright has played six seasons in the NFL for the Browns, Lions, and Bucs. This season, he’s recorded 31 tackles and one interception in seven games.

The Tampa defense currently ranks 25th in the league, allowing an average of 394.7 yards per game.