49ers' Reuben Foster Arrested on Suspicion of Domestic Violence


According to a report by the San Francisco Chronicle, Foster was arrested in Los Gatos on charges relating to domestic violence.

This is Foster's second arrest within a month. The San Jose Mercury news reported that Foster also was booked on suspicion of possessing an illegal assault rifle.

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This is Foster's second arrest within a month, as he was detained on January 12 in Alabama and charged with second-degree marijuana possession. The Niners have issued a statement saying they are aware of the report and they are still gathering all pertinent information. Foster had a fantastic rookie season, ranking as the fourth best linebacker in football according to Pro Football Focus despite playing in only 10 games due to injury.

Will the 49ers be consistent and cut Foster, too? He made 72 total tackles in 2017, the second-highest total on the team. Sources familiar with the case said they expected Foster to post bail and be released Sunday. However, the 49ers traded up to select him No. 31 overall after he fell because of character and medical concerns. "I believe in the kid and I think it's going to be - he's going to be a great player for this organization for a long time".

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Last April, the 49ers cut cornerback Tramaine Brock one day after Santa Clara Police charged him with domestic violence. "We're going to do it the right way".

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