Tate Forcier: Former Michigan QB Involved in Bizarre Incident in April
Tate Forcier Sent to Hospital After He Was Seen Hanging Out a Third-Story Window
A rather strange call was put into police in Grand Rapids, Michigan last month, and it ended up involving none other than former Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier.
According to a report from a Grand Rapids news station, Forcier locked himself in the bedroom of a third-floor apartment on April 22nd. The report says that a girlfriend of Forcier's lives in the apartment complex.
Apparently, Forcier was eventually spotted hanging out the window by a woman who lives in the same complex. She called the police, who were able to convince Forcier to open the door of the bedroom when they arrived.
Forcier was not arrested, but he was taken to the hospital. The Grand Rapids Police Department has yet to provide further details.
For the moment, nobody is saying that the incident was a suicide attempt, but that was the fear of the woman who called the police.
A native of San Diego, California, Forcier passed for 2,050 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2009, but lost the starting quarterback job to Denard Robinson in 2010.
Forcier still managed to throw for 597 yards and four touchdowns this past season, but was ultimately ruled academically ineligible for the Gator Bowl, in which the Wolverines lost to Mississippi State 52-14.
Shortly after the Gator Bowl, Forcier announced his intent to transfer. He initially decided to go to Miami, but changed his mind earlier this month.
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