Police and psychologists from the Minnesota Vikings have been gathered outside the home of defensive end Everson Griffen following a 911 call he made stating someone was in his house.
Griffen reportedly called the authorities a little after 3 a.m., saying that someone was in his home and that he needed help from the police, the Minnetrista Public Safety Department said in a statement.
Griffen also told the dispatcher that he had fired a weapon, but nobody was injured. Police added that they were not able to find any intruders.
This comes after a disturbing Instagram post that Griffen made overnight, where he was filming himself with a gun, making statements that someone was after him. Due to the nature of the post, it has not been added to this story.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer shared in a press conference that the team is focused on Griffen’s safety at this point.