Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen allegedly threatened to shoot somebody at Minnesota's Hotel Ivy on Saturday, according to Ryan Raiche of KSTP.

A police report says a person at the hotel was “verbally threatening to shoot someone” on Saturday afternoon. The person's name is redacted in the report, but Raiche has confirmed Griffen as the suspect.

An emergency dispatcher said Griffen allegedly told hotel staff he was going to shoot somebody if they wouldn't let him in his room. He also allegedly threatened to assault staff members and caused a scene by laying down on the lobby floor. At one point, the report states staff members were moved to the back of the office while Griffen “paced around the lobby.”

The police said Griffen left the hotel on his own accord and no arrest was made. They also said no gun was ever seen and the situation didn't require any further investigation.

Griffen didn't play in the Vikings' loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, and Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said the defensive end was dealing with a personal matter.

Vikings general manager Rick Spielman released this statement on the situation:

“We are aware of the situation involving Everson Griffen and certainly concerned by what we have heard. We are currently focused on Everson's well-being and providing the appropriate support for him and his family.”

Monday, a report came out alleging Griffen was arrested for trying to break into a teammate's home, but the Vikings denied that. The 30-year-old is reportedly undergoing a mental health evaluation at a local hospital.