49ers Reuben Foster arrested in Alabama


San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster was arrested in Alabama on Friday night for second-degree marijuana possession, according to the Tuscaloosa County Sherrif's Office arrest database.

Foster started all 10 games he played in this season and posted 72 tackles, including 64 during the 49ers' final eight games.

Foster also finished the season with the team's highest player grade (90.7), according to Pro Football Focus, just edging second-year defensive tackle DeForest Buckner (90.4).

Foster was arrested in Tuscaloosa, home of the Alabama Crimson Tide, where he roamed as a linebacker prior to joining the professional ranks.

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Last March, Foster was dismissed from the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine after an altercation with medical staff. He later returned a positive drug test as a result of his diluted sample and plummeted to the bottom of the first round where San Fran scooped him with the 31st pick.

Hopefully, for Foster's sake, it will wind up being little more than a young person's mistake.

Let's hope it's not much.