Hearings on unrelated felony criminal cases against San Francisco 49ers players Aldon Smith and Christopher Culliver are set to take place Friday in Santa Clara County Superior Court.
Hearings on unrelated felony criminal cases against San Francisco 49ers players Aldon Smith and Christopher Culliver are set to take place Friday in Santa Clara County Superior Court, prosecutors said.
Aldon Smith appreciates these playoffs a little more. After a 5-game absence to undergo treatment for substance abuse, his top goal now is to return to the dominant defender he used to be a year ago.
For the past two weeks the 49ers offense, specifically the passing game, has been stuck in neutral. On Monday Night it kicked it into gear and with another lights out performance by the defense, San Francisco earned their 7th win of the year.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith pleaded not guilty Tuesday to three felony counts of possessing an illegal assault weapon in Santa Clara County Superior Court in San Jose.
Part of the process for the San Francisco 49ers’ All-Pro linebacker to rejoin the team following a five-week stint in rehab included a verbal commitment to the NFL that he would stay out of trouble and keep clean.
When Aldon Smith left the team to enter a substance abuse program in September, there was no real timeline as to when he would return. The team had to assume the worst and prepare for a season without their star pass rusher, however things have changed. It now looks like Smith will not only be back this season, but could play as soon as next week, which is in the best interest of the team and player.
All-Pro 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith has been activated to the roster from the non-football injury list, two days after he turned himself in to Santa Clara County authorities as he faces weapons charges.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was released on bail Tuesday in San Jose on three felony gun charges after turning himself in to the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office, a sheriff’s office spokesman said.
Both the 49ers and Arizona Cardinals enter their game at Candlestick Sunday with 3-2 records.