The Minnesota Vikings said Monday they were "concerned" about defensive end Everson Griffen, after a reported incident Saturday at a Minneapolis hotel. We'll see what comes of the situation and how it affects his availability for IDP lineups. However, there is no indication a gun was ever present, according to the report.
"At one point, the report said the caller stated that Griffen threatened to assault staff members and was laying on the lobby floor". Griffen agreed to leave the hotel.
Though he had already been ruled out of the game due to a knee injury, the circumstances behind his absence led to plenty of questions.
Griffen is a nine-year veteran of the Vikings defense and has been named to the Pro Bowl each of the last three years. "We are certainly focused on Everson's well-being and providing the appropriate support for him and his family". The Minneapolis Police Department report detailed the incident, with the name of the person making the threat redacted.
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The Vikings themselves have since released a statement indicating that they're concerned about the incident in question and anxious about what is being considered a serious personal health-related issue.
Vikings general manager Rick Spielman released a statement on Monday expressing concern for Griffen's well-being. Unable to return to Minnesota in time for the birth, Griffen watched via FaceTime from his phone before recording two sacks in that game.
The 30-year-old Griffen is married with three sons, the youngest of whom was born about a month early on Thanksgiving Day last year shortly before the Vikings played at Detroit. Griffen registered a half-sack in each of Minnesota's first two games to bring his career total to 62, which is 17th among active National Football League players.