San Francisco 49ers fullback Bruce Miller pleaded no contest today to a misdemeanor charge of disturbing the peace involving his ex-fiancee in Santa Clara earlier this year, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office.
49er fullback Bruce Miller has been charged with vandalism for allegedly smashing his girlfriend’s phone outside a Santa Clara hotel earlier this year.
Police in Santa Clara released additional details Thursday on last week’s arrest of 49ers fullback Bruce Miller on suspicion of spousal battery.
Fullback Bruce Miller of the San Francisco 49ers was arrested last week on suspicion of spousal battery in Santa Clara, according to police.
News around 49er camp is that fullback Bruce Miller is done for the rest of the year with a scapula injury. Miller has played a huge role in the team’s offense this year and while his loss will certainly be felt, San Francisco should be able to survive.
From the play up front of a physical line, to the lead blocking of fullback Bruce Miller, to the spirited running of halfback Frank Gore, the ground game has carried a San Francisco offense that ranks No. 1 in the NFL in rushing but is last in the league in passing.
Bruce Miller is a key to the 49ers rushing success but will get little attention as the fullback. A late-minute decision by both him and the 49ers are the reason he is probably in the NFL today, which is a good thing for both him and San Francisco.
Wideout Braylon Edwards is among the San Francisco 49ers who are beat up heading into a week during which they hope to clinch the NFC West and their first playoff berth since 2002.
There’s nothing fancy about the way the San Francisco 49ers are running away with the NFC West.
The San Francisco 49ers reached agreement Wednesday on a five-year contract with defensive lineman Ray McDonald, according to a person with knowledge of the negotiations.