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Everson Griffen Released From Hospital After 911 Call

NFL player Everson Griffen was released from the hospital on Monday morning, following a 911 call for a supposed suicidal person at his home.

Everson Griffen released from hospital

Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen was released from a Southern California hospital on Monday night, hours after a police report was filed stating he had been going through a mental health crisis.

Media reports Griffen had conversation with police

Minnesota Vikings player Everson Griffen was released from the hospital after a 911 call. The police spoke with him and he is doing well.

NFL threatens to discipline Griffen if he fails to cooperate

NFL officials threatened to discipline Everson Griffen if he doesn’t cooperate with them before the Vikings next game. The defensive end was taken to a hospital on Saturday after police responded to a domestic disturbance call.

What the future holds for the Vikings DE

The future for Everson Griffen is looking bright, but the Vikings will have to wait and see if they’ll get the same player back that they drafted in 2010. It seems like all parties involved are taking appropriate time to recover, but it’s hard to know how long that will take.


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