While his soon-to-be former 49ers teammates played the Buccaneers a few miles away, Reuben Foster left a Tampa, Fla., jail Sunday after posting $2,000 bail on a domestic violence charge.
Reuben Foster, whom the 49ers plan to release tomorrow, leaves the Orient Road Jail in Tampa after posting $2,000 bail following a domestic violence accusation from his ex-girlfriend, Elissa Ennis. Foster didn’t speak, and only raised his fist after being asked how he’s doing. pic.twitter.com/idFI0oMRAr— David Lombardi (@LombardiHimself) November 25, 2018
Foster was arrested Saturday night after an incident at the team hotel, and the 49ers said the next morning they were releasing him. 49ers general manager John Lynch spoke to reporters before kickoff Sunday, and said Foster didn't live up to the expectations placed on him after a prior domestic violence arrest.
Those charges were dropped, and Foster remained on the team.