Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
6 Total Updates since January 18, 2013
4 months ago Article 27 comments
The San Francisco DA's office announced Michael Crabtree will not face sexual assault charges. We break it down.
4 months ago Article 59 comments
We take a look at the latest news surrounding sexual assault allegations against Michael Crabtree. Reports indicate the charges may not hold up.
4 months ago Update 6 comments
Earlier today, Adam Schefter tweeted out that a source with the 49ers thought it was highly doubtful Michael Crabtree would be charged in connection with the sexual assault investigation. Mike Sando had a follow-up post on that information, and it sounds like there may have been an eyewitness who backed up Crabtree's version of the events to police.
The follow-up report indicates Crabtree spoke with the police for two hours on Friday, but as has been previously reported, was never booked or charged with any crime. The 49ers reportedly feel "comfortable" Crabtree will not be charged. While this is good news, we still want to wait and see how this officially plays. The police department will eventually finish their investigation into the allegations and potentially submit their information to the District Attorney's office.
Given the high profile nature of Crabtree, I would imagine at some point the police or District Attorney's office will release a statement as to whether he will be charged. If this results in no charges, that will be the point when I am a bit more inclined to finally let out my breath.
4 months ago Article 54 comments
We take a look at an Adam Schefter tweet concerning 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree and the sexual assault investigation surrounding him.
4 months ago Article 114 comments
We take a look at a statement released by Michael Crabtree's attorney, discussing the sexual assault investigation involving Crabtree.
4 months ago Article 67 comments
The 49ers released a statement regarding the investigation into Michael Crabtree, as the 49ers prepare to face the Atlanta Falcons. We take a look at that and the legal progression of the situation.