Former Dallas Cowboys fullback Lincoln Coleman has been found, according to an update from the Dallas Police Department.
The 48-year-old had been missing since Friday.
On Monday, Coleman was described as having a diminished mental capacity and could be in need of medical assistance, according to a bulletin from the Dallas Police Department.
Here is more from the report: "On February 9, 2018, at about 4:00 pm, Lincoln Coleman was last seen leaving the 3500 block of Culver Street in a silver 2016 Ford Escape SUV, with Florida license plate number GVF-P44. Mr. Coleman is a Black male, 48 years old. He is 6-foot-1’, weighs 275 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Lincoln Coleman was last seen wearing a long sleeve black shirt, black shorts, with black sandals. Mr. Coleman has diminished mental capacity and may be in need of medical assistance."
This is the second of these incidents for Coleman in the past six months. On the previous occasion, the Dallas native and Baylor alumni was reported missing last May, but was found safely at his mother's Dallas' home.
On the field, Coleman's most famous game occurred when he led the Cowboys to a 1993 victory, despite inclement weather. While he only played in 18 games over a four-year NFL career, he earned a Super Bowl ring with Dallas in 1994 when the Cowboys defeated the Bills, 30-13, in Super Bowl XVIII.
Off the field, Coleman struggled with substance abuse issues. Six years ago he checked himself into a Florida treatment center to try and kick his addiction to alcohol and cocaine.