Los Angeles Rams running back Tre Mason, from whom the team hasn't heard despite multiple attempts to contact him, was "admitted for evaluation" to a hospital in late July after his mother called police in South Florida, saying Mason was acting strangely.
According to a police report, Palm Beach County Sheriff's officers arrived at his mother's house in Lake Charleston, Florida, after Tina Mason called to report that Tre Mason was "acting unusual and making irrational statements."
According to the police report, Tre Mason told officers that "he was going to call the White House and we were all going to lose our jobs" and that "the police were responsible for teaching al-Qaida how to fly planes."
Rams officials said Tuesday that they have tried several times to get in touch with Mason, who was arrested in March on charges of reckless driving, marijuana possession and resisting arrest. The team has been in contact with Mason's family and his agent, Bus Cook, but has been unable to get answers about his condition or his whereabouts.