Dontrelle Inman had a heart attack while training with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team announced Friday.

In the statement, the Steelers said Inman “has been receiving treatment for a cardiac condition that may be related to his heart condition.”

Inman suffered a cardiac arrest on April 7, the same day he suffered a heart condition.

He was diagnosed with a left ventricular arrhythmia after the incident.

According to the Steelers, Inman was taken to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center for a heart transplant, but he was later released after a follow-up scan revealed a “significant” heart problem.

Pittsburgh’s statement said the team “has no further information at this time on the patient’s condition.”

The Steelers also announced that cornerback Joe Haden, who also suffered a minor cardiac condition, had been released.

In addition to Inman, the Pittsburgh team said it is looking into the medical history of former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Corey Graham, who was found to have a “disease-related” heart condition on Friday.

The Steelers are scheduled to face the Cleveland Browns in the AFC divisional round on Saturday.