The strange tales of Tate Forcier continued Thursday after a Grand Rapids television station reported that the former Michigan quarterback had an episode at an apartment complex last month that led to the police being called and Forcier being hospitalized.
Police were called to the apartment complex where Forcier's girlfriend lived on April 22 after someone spotted Forcier hanging out of the third-floor apartment window.
No one will say whether this was a suicide attempt, but the police report says the woman who called was concerned Forcier would jump from the window.
Officers were able to get Forcier to open the bedroom door. He was not arrested, but transported to a hospital.
GRPD released a report, redacting several details. When contacted, officers would not provide additional details, citing medical privacy laws.
Not exactly sure what to make of this latest Forcier story, especially since there's no definitive evidence that this was a suicide attempt or even a cry for help. The details of the report are so vague that it's difficult to understand what Forcier's motives really were.
Earlier this month, Forcier told Miami he had no intention of playing there despite signing a financial aid agreement back in February. Forcier began his career at Michigan, started briefly, was replaced by Denard Robinson, placed on academic probation and ultimately sought a transfer.
Once Forcier backed out of Miami there was wide speculation about where he might end up, but this latest incident will definitely raise some questions with potential suitors.