Everson Griffen, who has been away from the Minnesota Vikings since Week 3 to deal with mental health issues after a series of incidents, will resume team activities Wednesday.
"We have been in communication with Everson's medical professionals throughout this process and have relied on his recommendations regarding the appropriate next steps for Everson," general manager Rick Spielman said.
"We are excited to welcome Everson back to the Vikings and to see him around teammates, coaches, and staff -- people who care deeply about his well-being. Our focus will continue to be on providing an on-going support system for Everson and his family."
The Vikings became concerned with Griffen's well-being prior to two separate incidents that occurred on Sept. 22, one day before he was slated to miss the Buffalo Bills game with a knee injury.