Police are asking for help after a former Dallas Cowboy has reportedly gone missing Mike Powell/Allsport
4 Sep 1994: Running back Lincoln Coleman of the Dallas Cowboys gets tackled by a Pittsburgh Steelers player during a game at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Cowboys won the game, 26-9. Mandatory Credit: Mike Powell /Allsport

UPDATE: Coleman has been located and is safe.

Former Dallas Cowboy and 1994 Super Bowl champion Lincoln Coleman has reportedly gone missing, per ESPN.

Coleman, who is just 48 years old, was last seen on Friday in a silver Ford SUV. According to the report, he has a “diminished mental capacity” and was living with his mother in Dallas just last year.

Coleman reportedly went missing in May 2017, but after his mother called the police, he returned after seeing his photo on television.

The former Cowboy entered a treatment facility six years ago to kick cocaine and alcohol addiction in Florida before opening a non-profit.

Coleman played 12 games in the NFL over four seasons with the Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons. He won the Super Bowl in 1994 against the Buffalo Bills, rushing 10 times for 57 yards. He also played in the Arena League.

Our thoughts are with Coleman’s family at this time.

Prashad is the Senior Content Editor for Cox Media Group's He considers Muhammad Ali, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce some of the all-time greats. Boston is TitleTown, in case you were wondering.
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