These are the 43 NFL players who, since 1980, have been reported to have been involved with illegal drugs. The involvement was confirmed by the player and/or by the club:

David Frye, LB, Atlanta -- Treated for "cocaine dependency," 1985.

Alfred Jenkins, WR, Atlanta -- Treated for "chemical dependency," 1982.

Charles White, RB, L.A. Rams -- Treated for "drug abuse," 1982.

Rick Upchurch, WR, Denver -- Admitted marijuana use/rehabilitation, 1983.

Greg Stemrick, DB, Houston -- Suspended by NFL for cocaine involvement, 1983.

Booker Reese, RB, LA. Rams -- Placed on non-football illness list because of "drug problem," 1984.

Mike Charles, DL, Miami -- Admitted one-time use of marijuana with teammates, 1983.

Charles Benson, DL, Miami -- Admitted one-time use of marijuana with teammates, 1983.

Steve Moorman, T, Miami -- Club confirmed one-time "drug involvement" with marijuana, 1983.

Earl Ferrell, RB, St. Louis -- Placed on non-football illness list/treated for "drug relapse," 1985.

Kirby Criswell, DE, St. Louis -- Convicted on conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, a stimulant, and marijuana possession, 1983.

Donnie Humphrey, NT, Green Bay -- Admitted "heavy" cocaine use and rehabilitation, 1985.

James Maness, WR, Chicago -- Club source confirmed drug rehabilitation, 1986.

Mike Green, LB, San Diego -- Sold ounce of cocaine to undercover agent/attended drug-diversion program for first-time offenders, 1985.

Danny Walters, DB, San Diego -- Club confirmed he underwent "drug" rehabilitation program, 1984.

Chuck Muncie, RB, Minnesota -- Admitted problem with "cocaine and marijuana" and rehabilitation (1981)/tested positive for drugs in Miami in 1984/suspended by NFL for one game for missing drug counseling, 1985.

Tony Elliott, DL, New Orleans -- Admitted cocaine use/rehabilitation, 1985.

Buster Rhymes, WR, Minnesota -- Missed practice because of "drug-related problem," club said/club confirmed recent re-entry for rehabilitation, 1985.

Tim Newton, NT, Minnesota -- Pleaded guilty to marijuana possession/paid $50 fine, 1985.

Eddie Lee Ivery, RB, Green Bay -- Admitted drug dependency/rehabilitation, 1984.

Rickey Young, RB, Miami -- Club confirmed tested positive for drugs in tryout urinalysis, but Young denied any drug use, 1984.

Randy Holloway, DT, Minnesota -- Admitted drug and alcohol rehabilitation, 1982.

E.J. Junior, LB, St. Louis -- Caught in drug raid; admitted cocaine use, 1983.

Mike Perko, DT, Atlanta -- Admitted drug and alcohol rehabilitation, 1982.

Stanley Wilson, RB, Cincinnati -- Placed on non-football illness list by club/directed by NFL to report for drug evaluation and is unable to return to league until clearance is received from doctors, 1984.

Thomas Henderson, LB, Miami -- Admitted drug use and rehabilitation, 1981.

Tony Peters, DB, Washington -- Pleaded guilty to cocaine trafficking; suspended by NFL, 1983.

Clarence Harmon, RB, Washington -- Pleaded guilty to cocaine possession, 1983.

Pete Johnson, RB, Miami -- Granted immunity in federal investigation, admitted purchase of cocaine/suspended by NFL, 1983.

Ross Browner, LB, Cincinnati -- Granted immunity in federal investigation, admitted purchase of cocaine/suspended by NFL, 1983.

George Rogers, Washington -- Admitted purchase of cocaine during investigation of a dealer, 1981.

Renaldo Snipes, WR, San Francisco -- Pleaded guilty to drug sale to undercover agent/given five years probation, 1986.

Scott Studwell, LB, Minnesota -- Admits to chemical dependency rehabilitation, 1982.

Lawrence Taylor, LB, N.Y. Giants -- Admitted "chemical dependency" and rehabilitation, 1986.

Craig Puki, LB, San Francisco -- Admitted use of cocaine and rehabilitation, 1982.

Otis Grant, WR, L.A. Rams -- Admitted drug use and rehabilitation, 1985.

Chris Faulkner, TE, San Diego -- Admitted cocaine, marijuana use and rehabilitation, 1985.

Kenneth Simms, DE, New England -- Club confirmed drug involvement following Super Bowl, 1986.

Raymond Clayborn, DB, New England -- Club confirmed drug involvement following Super Bowl, 1986.

Stephen Starring, WR, New England -- Club confirmed drug involvement following Super Bowl, 1986.

Irving Fryar, WR, New England -- Club confirmed drug involvement following Super Bowl, 1986.

Roland James, DB, New England -- Club confirmed drug involvement following Super Bowl, 1986.

Tony Collins, RB, New England -- Club confirmed drug involvement following Super Bowl, 1986.

The following players admitted involvement with illegal drugs in the early 1980s, following their retirement:

Don Reese, DE, San Diego -- Admitted drug use in Sports Illustrated story, 1982.

Delvin Williams, RB, Miami -- Admitted drug use during 1980 season, 1985.

Bob Newton, OL, Seattle -- Admitted drug and alcohol abuse and rehabilitation, 1985.

Theo Bell, WR, Tampa Bay -- Reported as alcohol abuse, admitted treatment for "dual addiction," 1986.