SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Following his Monday arrest on suspicion of misdemeanor home violence,defensive lineman will stay with the group and proceed making ready for Sunday’s NFC Championship Sport, coach Kyle Shanahan mentioned Wednesday.
Shanahan added that the Niners spent the previous couple of days trying into what occurred with Omenihu and concluded that the easiest way of dealing with it’s to let the authorized course of play out earlier than making additional choices.
“We really feel excellent letting the authorized course of deal with itself. And do not feel we should always kick him off our group at the moment,” Shanahan mentioned.
In response to a launch from the San Jose Police Division, police arrived at a residence at 4:39 p.m. native time on Monday after a lady referred to as to report that Omenihu, who’s her boyfriend, pushed her to the bottom throughout an argument. No seen accidents have been noticed on the lady, who did complain of ache in her arm however declined medical consideration, police mentioned.
Omenihu was booked into the Santa Clara County jail and launched Monday after posting bail. He was additionally served with a restraining order. The case can be submitted to the Santa Clara County District Legal professional’s Workplace for doable prices.
The NFL mentioned in an announcement Wednesday that “the matter can be reviewed beneath the league’s private conduct coverage. There isn’t any change to his standing.”
Omenihu has served as a key a part of San Francisco’s line of defense rotation this season, posting 4.5 sacks within the common season and two extra sacks with a pressured fumble within the group’s NFC wild-card win in opposition to the.
On Wednesday, Omenihu was slated to take part in observe on a restricted foundation as he offers with an indirect harm.
Barring one thing altering along with his authorized standing, Shanahan mentioned Omenihu will play in opposition to theon Sunday.
“We’re letting the authorized course of deal with itself so if he is wholesome, he’ll play this week,” Shanahan mentioned.