TAMPA, Fla. – 49ers on Sunday morning announced that the team releases second-year linebacker Reuben Foster, just a few hours…
TAMPA, Fla. – 49ers on Sunday morning announced that the team releases second-year linebacker Reuben Foster, just a few hours after his arrest at the lawyer about a crime for domestic violence.
The 49s were behind Foster during their earlier accusation of domestic violence, deriving from an incident in Los Gatos in February, but the latest event led  to 49ers to announce they differ from the previous first round draft four hours before the team’s planned kickoff against Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
General Manager John Lynch and Coach Kyle Shanahan reported in April that every player who meets a woman would not have a seat at 49ers.
On Saturday, Foster was arrested at 9:1
0 pm ET at the team hotel, and was charged with a bill of first degree misdemeanor violence at home. He was booked to Hillsborough County Jail at 11:11
According to Greg Auman of The Athletic, Foster’s bond has been set at $ 2,000 and a referee has ordered the linebacker to not be in contact with victims , who is 28-year-old Elissa Ennis, same woman from the previous violence interview.
Tampa police said in a statement to the NBC Sports Bay Area like Foster, 24, and the woman, who were not identified at the time who previously lived together and were involved in a “once again” relationship over the past three years.
Foster and Ennis were involved in a verbal persecution Saturday, according to the police. Ennis said that Foster pulled her phone out of her hand, pushed her in her chest and hit her on the left side of her face with an open hand.
Officers observed an inch scratch on Ennis left collar, according to Report.
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In February, Ennis’s officers told the scene in Los Gatos that Foster hit her eight to ten times in head. He was originally commanded by felonies for domestic violence, which made criminal threats and weapons possession.
A judge in Santa Clara County dismissed these charges on May 23. The alleged District Attorney’s Office did not provide sufficient evidence to proceed with the case. Ennis testified during the hearing that she lied under her statements to investigators as revenge against Foster, who told her he would break her.
When she said she had accused of accusing Foster, Ennis said in the testimony “I will f — up his career.”
Two months later, after signing up to 49ers training camp, Foster described Foster the whole episode as a “learning experience.”
“It made me appreciate football much better, says Foster.” It was crazy to know that the football could be gone. Being back in this area with my brothers and these coaches, the man, is a blessing. “
49ers chose Foster in the first round of the 2017 draft with the 31st overall election. He obtained his degree in human environmental science from Alabama where he won the 2016 Dick Butkus Award as the college’s best line backpacker. Injuries limited Foster to nine game during his rookie season.
NFL-Suspended Foster for the first two games of this season for violations of league’s personal behavior and drug abuse policies arising from an offseason misdemeanor responsibility for possession of marijuana in Alabama. The league did not punish him for the alleged household accident.
Foster’s resignation for personal behavior was from his battle against a weapon charge, which was reduced to a misconduct related to the marijuana falls. He was sentenced to two years of probation, 232 hours of community service and 235 in fines.
cancellation without salaries amounted to 103 024 loss of Foster’s planned 875 708 salary .
Last week, Lynch told the NBC Sports Bay Area that he thought Foster was on the right track. He missed the two matches before the weekend with a hamstring injury.
“We’re really proud of some of the steps Reuben does, just as far as growing up,” Lynch said during the week. “His diligence to his rehab has been extraordinary. I’m glad to see him come and play. He’s watching movies. He does everything that professionals do, and he’s really growing in that respect.”