"I did speak to Jeff for a little bit today and he's okay, he's good," Matt said. "I think he'll be fine but once again, this isn't my business and if he wants to go into it in more detail then he'll do it himself. Jeff is okay. He is at home and he is okay. It's not my business. It's not my story to tell or explain and besides that, I wouldn't be able to do it justice anyway because it's not from my perspective so I love my brother and I just want my brother to be okay and healthy. I also mind my business which a lot of people don't do nowadays too. I mind my business. I make sure my house is in order before anything else because if my house isn't in order then I can't get anything else in order. If I can't keep my house in order and keep myself in order and in check then you're not gonna be able to get anybody else in order and in check."
As noted last night, Jeff was sent home by WWE after the house show on Saturday. Jeff left through the crowd after a hot tag to Drew McIntyre and never returned. Fans at the show noted that Hardy seemed sluggish through the entire match. Jeff was not backstage at the show in Corpus Christi on Sunday night and he was replaced by Rey Mysterio.
We wish him well.