Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Michael Floyd has been suspended for four games of the NFL season due to violating the NFL Substance of Abuse Policy.

NFL.com reports that Floyd will not be able to return to the regular season field until the Week 5, October 9th, game in Chicago. He will, however, be able to participate in the rest of the offseason and preseason games.

Trouble has found Floyd over the last few years. He has been charged with a DUI three times since 2011. His latest troubles included a positive alcohol test while on house arrest. Floyd claimed that the test was positive due to kombucha tea (which that stuff is beyond gross FYI).

Floyd has 3,781 receiving yards and 24 touchdowns since entering the NFL in 2012. He was previously a member of the Arizona Cardinals, and had a short stint with the New England Patriots.