Former San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald appears likely to continue his NFL career somewhere if and when his latest legal issues are finally cleared up.
Per Eric Branch of SFGate.com, "McDonald, 30, who was released by the 49ers in December, has received interest from multiple teams, according to his agent, Tom Condon. The 49ers are not expected to re-sign McDonald."
Condon reaffirmed this on Sunday at Stanford's pro day.
“As you know, he’s a very good football player,” Condon said. “There certainly are teams that are inquiring about him.”
Condon has reportedly informed teams that the Santa Clara County Distict Attorney's office won't pursue charges in his latest legal case stemming from a December 16th statement by a woman who claims she was "possibly sexually assaulted" by McDonald.
“I would anticipate that they don’t find anything,” Condon said. “As Ray has said publicly, he’s got video evidence of consensual sex over a two-day period of time.”
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