Matthew Wright has been the unlikely member of a number of stories in recent days.
The former UCF and Pittsburgh Steelers kicker went from software engineer back to NFL kicker a few weeks ago after the unlikely regression of formerly elite kicker Josh Lambo. He was the unlikely hero in the Jaguars' 23-20 win over the Miami Dolphins in Week 6, kicking a 53-yard game-winning field goal as time expired.
And on Wednesday, Wright once again had a case of the unlikelies, becoming the rare kicker requested by the NFL to take a randomly selected drug test, with the veteran kicker posting the NFL's notice to him in jest on Twitter.
Wright made kicks of 40, 54, and 53 yards against the Dolphins, snapping the Jaguars' 20-game losing streak and becoming the Jaguars' new full-time kicker all with three swift kicks. Evidently, the kicks were so swift the NFL has given Wright the Myles Garrett treatment, requesting a drug test following a stellar performance.