I thought there was already a thread on this?
Rich Cimini (@RichCimini)
3/21/18, 9:36 AM
Instead of tossing him aside, the #Jets are supporting Dylan Donahue through rehab and will continue to do so when he's ready to return to the team, they said. espn.com/nfl/story/_/id…
"We respect and support Dylan's decision to seek treatment," the team said in a statement to ESPN. "It is important for him to focus on his health right now. The organization has a full support system in place when he is ready to return."
The organization took a similar approach with former tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who had a DUI arrest in 2016 and sought treatment in January 2017. Seferian-Jenkins, currently with the Jacksonville Jaguars, credited the Jets' support system with helping him achieve sobriety.
Donahue sought help after a Feb. 26 incident in which he allegedly drove the wrong way through the Lincoln Tunnel and collided with an oncoming passenger bus.