Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

49ers Reuben Foster arrested in Alabama

49ers Reuben Foster arrested in Alabama

Linebacker Reuben Foster, a 49ers' first-round pick in last April's draft, was arrested Friday in Alabama on marijuana possession charges.

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Foster, a first-round selection of the 49ers, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.

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Foster, who is originally from Auburn, was a Butkus Award winning linebacker in his senior season at Alabama, and he won a national championship in his junior season starting at inside linebacker.

According to Tuscaloosa police, officers encountered Foster near the intersection of Highway 69 South and Oscar Baxter Drive.

In order to draft Foster, the 49ers dealt their second-round pick (No. 34 overall) and a fourth-rounder acquired from the Chicago Bears earlier on draft night (No. 111 overall) to the Seattle Seahawks for pick No. 31.

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Foster appeared in 10 games for the 49ers as a rookie this year, recording 59 tackles and defending one pass.

Foster entered the Alabama locker room following its 24-6 win against Clemson in this season's Sugar Bowl, much to the delight of his former defensive teammates, who mobbed him upon his arrival.

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