The former Florida Gator is currently serving a four-game suspension for abusing the NFL's substance abuse policy.
The drug that was found in Spikes' systems was said to be used for ADHD. However, the drug was said to contain amphetamines, which is banned by the NFL.
Spikes has been playing very well this season with 61 tackles through 12 games. He has also added an interception which came at the hands of the New York Jets' 45-3 beating earlier this month.
Then, following Sunday's game, Spikes will be allowed back at the team's facility Monday as they prepare for the playoffs.
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Tony Santorsa is Sports Haze's AFC East Beat Writer. You can read more sports stories at www.SportsHaze.com. You can also follow Tony via Twitter @SH_TSantorsa