He did not appear at the Bills' minicamp practice held on Thursday, Buffalo News reports.
The Bills said they are monitoring Kouandjio's condition and still gathering information.
Buffalo Bills offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio was the subject of a freakish incident involving Erie County police on Tuesday, April 18th, according to a report by Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News.
According to a report in The Buffalo News, an Erie County deputy sheriff found Kouandjio partially clothed in a field near an auto accident. "We don't have all of the details, so we won't have any further comment at this time".
The Bills released a statement on the matter.
Police said that Kouandjio had climbed over an electric fence.
Police initially didn't know who Kouandjio was, but after finding his vehicle abandoned with Bills gear inside, they were able to make the connection. When the deputy came toward him, Kouandjio yelled, "Shoot me!".
The last time Kouandjio made headlines, it was under happier circumstances.
Kouandjio's vehicle was found abandoned on the side of the road, which prompted a search in the surrounding area.
Kouandjio was not arrested, and was transported to a medical facility for observation.