EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have sent psychologists to the home of defensive end Everson Griffen.
They are working with the police to help Griffen get through another dangerous mental health condition.
Police say that the 12-year-old player has refused to leave his house.
The team released a statement via Twitter saying that “our only concern at the moment is the safety of Everson’s family.”
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“That’s mine brother. “I just want him to feel okay,” Dalvin Cook running back saidDuring a conference.
Griffen took a break from the team in 2018 to undergo mental health treatment.
He wrote on his Instagram account Wednesday morning that people wanted to kill him.
Police could not locate the intruder.