Rams worried as months have gone by without word from RB Tre Mason

IRVINE, Calif. -- The Los Angeles Rams haven't heard from running back Tre Mason in seven months and have no idea when they might see him again.

Rams officials said Tuesday that they have tried several times to get in touch with Mason, who was arrested in March on charges of reckless driving, marijuana possession and resisting arrest. The team has been in contact with Mason's family and his agent, Bus Cook, but has been unable to get answers about his condition or his whereabouts.

Rams tackle Greg Robinson was in contact with Mason via text at some point during the offseason, but officials said communication has been complicated because Mason has changed his cell phone number multiple times.

"Right now, we're more concerned with Tre Mason's well-being than we are his football career," Rams coach Jeff Fisher told reporters at Rams training camp over the weekend. "We're going to continue to try to reach him to see where he's at."

Officially, Mason is on the Rams' Reserve/Did Not Report list, so he doesn't count against their 90-man training camp roster.

Police in Hollywood, Florida, said Mason refused orders to get out of his sports car on March 5, after he was pulled over for going twice the speed limit in a 35 mph zone. Officers said they used a stun gun on Mason twice.