SANTA CLARA -- Fullback Bruce Miller, who arrested last month after he allegedly pushed a woman to the ground and destroyed her cell phone, is not taking part in the 49ers’ offseason program.
“Bruce has not been here,” 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said on Friday. “As we all know, that situation is ongoing. He’s at home in Georgia, taking care of business.”
When asked if Miller’s absence during the voluntary offseason program was a team directive, Baalke said, “Yeah, once again, they don’t have to be hear at this stage in the season. We sat down with Bruce and feel it’s very important for him to handle this situation and once it’s handled, we’ll move on from there.”
Miller has not been charged with any crime. The Santa Clara Police Department forwarded the results of its investigation to the the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office to determine if criminal charges are warranted.