Minnesota Vikings’ Everson Griffen to Miss At Least Three Weeks of Games Following Mental Health Episode

Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen will miss at least three weeks of games after being named to the NFL reserve/non-football roster on Friday. The move follows an outburst on Wednesday that included Griffin shooting with a gun in his home. Post about how people are out to kill him; And entering into a confrontation with the police after he did not leave his house. Griffin was then taken to a mental institution, where he has remained ever since. When asked about Griffin’s condition prior to the move, coach Mike Zimmer didn’t have much to offer. “I don’t have much information on him,” Zimmer said in Minnesota. Star Tribune. “We’ve been so busy with everything.”

Read it in Star Tribune

.

Leave a Comment