Eric Wright’s health condition likely will remain a mystery

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Buccaneers cornerback Eric Wright’s health condition is a mystery, and it likely will continue to be.

No one is talking about the illness that reportedly required Wright to take medication that reportedly diminished his injury and that reportedly made him a sporadic attendee during offseason workouts.  In fact, no one is even talking on an “off the record”/”use this and I’ll kill you then, sue you” basis.

Wright’s Twitter page reveals no clues, other than an assertion that he’s now “great!

And that’s what really matters.  But it’s normal to be curious, and whenever an NFL player has been hampered by an undisclosed illness, folks naturally become curious as to what the illness may be.

As to Wright, we’re more likely to find out the number of licks it takes to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop.

7 responses to “Eric Wright’s health condition likely will remain a mystery

  1. He tried to tackle someone and had a severe allergic reaction.

    Seriously, I enjoyed watching him play when he was a Brown, hope it wasn’t really serious.

  2. Glad he’s Tampa’s problem now. Still not sure how he was ever considered a “big free agent acquisition.” But I guess filling a roster spot with a guy who can stay out of jail is a big deal these days.

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