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KTVU: 49ers’ Bruce Miller was arrested this morning

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By Anthony Caruso III
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According to KTVU.com, San Francisco 49ers fullback/tight end Bruce Miller was arrested for assault on Monday morning. They’re reporting he was arrested in San Francisco after an incident at the Fisherman’s Wharf Marriott Hotel.

Early reports suggest that he was trying to stay there – and when he was told it was full on Sunday evening – he returned in the early morning hours and knocked on a guest’s door. When he was told it was the wrong room, he got violent.

Bruce Miller (Getty Images)

Bruce Miller (Getty Images)

He allegedly attacked the guest and their father, which was a 70-year-old man, who was reportedly punched in the face. He reportedly suffered broken bones from the incident.

Miller tried to escape, as he fled, then he was apprehended and arrested for the incident early in the morning.

The former seventh-round pick is a five-year National Football League veteran. This incident could also affect his spot on the roster, as head coach Chip Kelly and general manager Trent Baalke will have to consider ramifications for this.

He’s only missed three games in his NFL career and has 76 receptions, including 10 last year for a 135 yards. He also has 28 career carries.

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