Tre Mason will not be punished for missing court on Sept. 7.
The former Auburn running back’s attorneys filed a motion saying that Mason missed the court appearance because he was “hospitalized for necessary medical treatment”, and the arrest warrant has been withdrawn, according to the Palm Beach Post’s Jorge Milian.
Mason’s court appearance stemmed from an August 13 citation for driving without a license.
The NFL back is not with the Los Angeles Rams this season after rushing for 207 yards and a touchdown in 2015.
A police report obtained by ESPN in July revealed that Mason was admitted to a hospital and was “unable to make decisions for himself.”
ESPN reported that Mason’s mother called the Palm Beach Sheriff’s office and told them her son was “acting unusual and making irrational statements.”
TMZ Sports also reported in July that police had been to Mason’s house five times over a four month period. Mason was arrested in March on charges of reckless driving, marijuana possession and resisting arrest.
After three years at Auburn (2011-13), the Los Angeles Rams selected Mason in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft.