Oakland Raiders outside linebacker Aldon Smith, who missed the 2016 season as part of an NFL-mandated suspension, was mentioned in a report taken by the San Francisco Police Department for an incident that occurred over the weekend, police confirmed Monday. Exact details of the report were not made public. "He is cooperating with SFPD and the reporting party," Officer Grace Gatpandan told ESPN.com. "The report was taken over the weekend, and he was mentioned in the report." No arrests have been made. TMZ Sports reported earlier in the day it was a domestic-related investigation. The Raiders declined to comment to ESPN.com, though the team is forbidden from having any contact with Smith under the rules of his suspension, which was handed down in November 2015 after several incidents that included arrests and a substance abuse infraction.
Aldon Smith “cooperating” with San Francisco police
ESPN | Feb 14