It appears Tyrann Mathieu's gridiron comeback with a new team will have to wait.
The former LSU star has reportedly entered a drug rehabilitation program, and his father says his son will not play football until he is confident his rehab is complete.
According to Tyrone Mathieu, his son has been at the Right Step recovery center in Houston since Monday and is being counseled by former NBA player John Lucas. There's a chance the former Heisman Trophy finalist, who was dismissed from LSU last week, might not play anywhere this season.
Tyrann Mathieu is in rehab for a marijuana addiction, according to CBSsports.com.
LSU officials say about 20 college football programs have asked the school for permission to talk to the star cornerback and punt returner known by the nickname "Honey Badger." McNeese State and Nicholls State are among the schools that have expressed interest in Mathieu.