Former Cowboys fullback Lincoln Coleman, 48, has been situated and is safe after being reported lacking since Friday, the Dallas Police Department mentioned Tuesday.
Coleman was described as having diminished psychological capability and might be in want of medical help, a police bulletin mentioned through the search.
Coleman performed solely 18 video games over a four-year NFL profession however earned a Super Bowl ring with Dallas in 1994, when the Cowboys beat the Buffalo Bills 30-13 in Super Bowl XXVIII.
Coleman developed a substance abuse drawback, nevertheless, and was not re-signed after the 1994 season. He signed as a free agent with the Atlanta Falcons however by no means performed. When his NFL profession ended, Coleman spent 4 years within the Arena Football League. He went on to teach highschool soccer in Michigan and Texas.
Six years in the past, Coleman entered a Florida therapy middle to attempt to kick the cocaine and alcohol addictions that shortened his profession. He returned to Dallas and started a nonprofit to assist addicts.
Coleman went lacking in May 2017 as properly. He had been dwelling along with his mom in Dallas, and he or she referred to as police to help to find him. Coleman returned after seeing his picture on native TV. He informed reporters he had been experiencing some struggles and was staying at a homeless shelter.