49ers' Reuben Foster arrested again for domestic violence, possessing assault rifle

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster was arrested Sunday morning in Santa Clara, California on charges "related to domestic violence," and for possessing an assault rifle.

What It Means:

This is Foster's second arrest in the past month, as he was popped for marijuana possession in Alabama on January 12. It's a concerning trend for the 2017 first-round pick, who also failed a drug test at the NFL Combine and was then kicked out of the event after an altercation with a hospital employee. After a promising rookie campaign, Foster will likely be hit with a lengthy suspension following this latest incident.

Foster recorded 72 tackles (59 solo) and 1 pass deflection in 10 games as a rookie for the 49ers.