Three 49ers have been arrested this offseason, but 49ers General Manager Trent Baalke does not appreciate any suggestion that he has assembled a locker room full of bad guys. “Those are damn good guys that work awfully hard at being good people and good football players,” Baalke said, via the San Francisco Chronicle. “So respect that as well. Respect the masses because the masses are doing it right. And we’ll get the other things fixed.” Baalke did acknowledge, however, that he would prefer not to have stories surrounding his team like the arrest of Aldon Smith for making a bomb threat at the airport, the hit-and-run and possession of brass knuckles charges against Chris Culliver, the public intoxication arrest of Daniel Kilgore and the naming of Colin Kaepernick and Quinton Patton in an investigation of a woman who was brought to a Miami hospital.
Trent Baalke says 49ers have a locker room made up of good people
Pro Football Talk | Apr 27