sport news 49ers' Charles Omenihu will play in NFC title game vs. the Eagles despite ... trends now

sport news 49ers' Charles Omenihu will play in NFC title game vs. the Eagles despite ... trends now
sport news 49ers' Charles Omenihu will play in NFC title game vs. the Eagles despite ... trends now

sport news 49ers' Charles Omenihu will play in NFC title game vs. the Eagles despite ... trends now

San Francisco 49ers' Charles Omenihu will play in the NFC Championship showdown with the Philadelphia Eagles if he's healthy, coach Kyle Shanahan reveals, despite his arrest for misdemeanor domestic violence

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San Francisco's defensive lineman Charles Omenihu will be available to play in the NFC title game despite his arrest on a misdemeanor domestic violence allegation earlier this week and injuring his oblique against the Dallas Cowboys

Coach Kyle Shanahan said Wednesday that the team will wait for the legal process to resolve itself after Omenihu was accused of pushing his girlfriend to the ground during an argument on Monday.

'If he's healthy, he'll play this week,' Shanahan said. 'We've looked into it the last 48 hours, not necessarily myself but other people. We feel very good that the legal process will take care of itself. We don't feel we should kick him off our team at this time.'

Niners' Charles Omenihu was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence at his San Jose home

Niners' Charles Omenihu was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence at his San Jose home

Niners head coach Kyle Shanahan is set on including Omenihu against the Eagles on Sunday

Niners head coach Kyle Shanahan is set on including Omenihu against the Eagles on Sunday

The NFL will review the matter under the league's personal conduct policy, but Omenihu is available until that is completed. San Jose police said they were called to Omenihu's home on Monday afternoon to

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