ST. LOUIS, MO - NOVEMBER 30: Tre Mason #27 of the St. Louis Rams celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders in the first quarter at the Edward Jones Dome on November 30, 2014 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

Missing LA Rams running back Tre Mason has been found

It sounds like Tre Mason won't be attending Training Camp any time soon.

Former third-round NFL Draft pick Tre Mason has had a troublesome year so far in 2016. He was arrested in early March, and  it was reported late last week that he had an encounter with police on July 23 after Mason was making "irrational statements" when his mother called the cops. He reportedly threatened to call the White House to have them fired and made statements about Al Qaeda. Officers also reportedly noticed a broken vase, a broken lamp and a hole in the wall.

According to WPBF in Lake Worth, Fla., Mason has been located. Mason was seen at his mother's home in Lake Worth, Fla. Below is an excerpt from their report, including whether or not he will report to Rams training camp.

Friday, a neighbor said he'd seen Mason on Wednesday practicing drills in the front yard for about 30 minutes.

When WPBF 25 News asked Mason if he were going to training camp, he yelled, "No."

The July 23 police report noted Mason was not believed to have the "ability to make decisions at this time and therefore he was transported [redacted] where he was treated for laceration and admitted for evaluation."

Mason was a key running back for the Rams, rushing for nearly 1,000 yards and five touchdowns over the last two seasons. He was supplanted by Todd Gurley last season as the lead back.