There's mounting concern over the mental health and well being of Tre Mason.
TMZ Sports has learned that the Los Angeles Rams running back has had the police called to his Florida home five times since March.
The latest incident occurred Saturday, when cops reported to his family home. Although Mason wasn't arrested, his family told TMZ that they're concerned about the 22-year-old's bizarre incidents and angry outbursts. On one of those occasions, a family member told police officers that Tre hadn't slept in days and she was worried "he will get hurt."
Mason's strange behavior off the field has already affected him on it, as the Rams ruled him out of their Organized Team Activities (OTAs) last month for "personal reasons."
That followed Mason being arrested this past March for speeding in the Hollywood section of Florida. The Washington Post reports that the running back was tased twice when he refused to get out of his car. He was then charged with reckless driving, resisting arrest and marijuana possession.
Good lord. Who knows what's troubling Tre at this point?
At 22, Tre has his whole life ahead of him. We just hope he gets some help before it's too late.
BET Sports News — Get the latest news and information about African-Americans in sports, including weekly recaps, celebrity news and photos of your favorite Black athletes.
(Photo: Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images)