Chandler Jones' weekend hospitalization just got a little more interesting.
Following allegations of a possible overdose on pills, the New England Patriots player spoke to press, admitting to making a "stupid mistake," but not revealing details regarding what the mistake was.
"I made a pretty stupid mistake this weekend," Jones said during a press conference, according to a report on Thursday by WMUR. "Right now, my main focus is becoming the best player I can be and helping the team focus on Kansas City."
Also on Thursday, the Boston Herald release a police account of the events leading up to Jones' hospitalization.
“This man suddenly made a ‘b-line’ for our police station’s rear door. Without any provocation, this man got down on his knees, he interlocked his fingers, and he placed his hands tightly against the back of his head," Officer David J. Foscaldo wrote in his report to Police Chief Edward T. O’Leary. "For a quick second or two, this man held this position — it was like this man was trying to surrender (he was literally ‘as stiff as a board’/ he was both upright and rigid). This man abruptly released his hands, and he started to move slowly toward the ground. Honestly, it appeared as if he was actively praying or worshipping. At times, this man would return to an upright position, this same movement/motion was repeated at least twice."
"Synthetic marijuana is known to be capable of causing extreme anxiety, altered perception, confusion, and paranoia," the Boston Globe revealed on Wednesday, citing information from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.