- 49ers’ Colin Kaepernick won’t be charged in Miami incident (READ)
The Miami State Attorney’s office decided not to file charges against 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in relation to a suspicious incident this past April.
The widely publicized incident involved a 25-year-old woman from Georgia who reportedly blacked out after drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana. In an eight-page report, the State Attorney’s office indicated they found no evidence the woman was drugged or sexually assaulted. 49ers wide receiver Quinton Patton and Seattle Seahawks Ricardo Lockette will also not be charged in connection to the incident.
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- Davis plans to attend 49ers minicamp (READ)
In speaking with local radio station 95.7 The Game on Thursday, 49ers tight end Vernon Davis indicated he will be at the 49ers’ mandatory minicamp in Santa Clara, California, next week.
Davis missed the team’s voluntary OTAs and forfeited $200,000 as a result. Davis will make $70,000 at the minicamp.
It was reported that Davis’ absence from OTAs were a result of his dissatisfaction with his current contract. Davis did not speak about his contract to the radio station and insisted things were okay between him and the 49ers.
- Gore ranks one spot better than Bowman on ‘Top 100′ list (READ)
NFL Network is currently releasing its list of the top 100 NFL players in 2014. Several 49ers have already been mentioned. Most recently 49ers running back Frank Gore was listed one spot above linebacker NaVorro Bowman at number 46.
Other 49ers to make the list are Kaepernick at 81; left tackle Joe Staley at 75; defensive end Justin Smith at 69; and Davis at 51. Three players that made the list last year — Anquan Boldin, Patrick Willis, Aldon Smith — have not yet made the list.
- Levi’s Stadium dash for cash underway; here’s how to play (READ)