What will the Bucs do with Eric Wright?

Eric Wright
As the Buccaneers try to turn the page on a recent past where things were sufficiently loose that even “wild child” Aqib Talib acknowledged they were “a little loose,” the Bucs now have their first real dilemma.
Well, not their first one.  They already had to make a decision on veteran tight end Kellen Winslow, for whom they gave up second-round and fifth-round picks in 2009 and to whom they paid $20 million over three seasons.  Sensing he wasn’t going to fit with the new regime, the Bucs handed him to the Seahawks for a tube of Pringles and a pair of used shoes.
With cornerback Eric Wright, the stake are considerably higher.  Less than four months after luring him from the Lions with a five-year, $38 million contract with $15.5 million guaranteed, Wright has been arrested for drunk driving.  And, so far, the Bucs have been silent regarding their reaction to the development.
If they issue the same-old perfunctory statement expressing concern and withholding further comment pending completion of the judicial proceedings and deferring to the league as to discipline, the Bucs will be missing a chance to show they are different. Read more here…