Colin Kaepernick is not believed to have been present when Miami police responded to 911 calls earlier this month regarding a woman who refused to leave a hotel suite he shared with two other players, the Sacramento Bee reported.
Police are expected to speak in the next few days with an attorney representing Kaepernick, Ricardo Lockette and Quinton Patton in what's been labeled a "suspicious incident."
Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa told the Bee that police have not confirmed the woman's report that Kaepernick was with the other players when she showed up at the suite and allegedly partied with them April 1. Surveillance video is still being pursued from the Viceroy resort.
The unidentified, 25-year-old woman filed a police report two days later stating she awoke naked in the suite, that she did not have sex with Kaepernick and she was unsure how she ended up in a hospital. Miami Fire Rescue, according to police, transported her to Jackson Memorial Hospital after police responded to 911 calls from one of the players.
Kaepernick, last week, issued a terse denial on Twitter of any wrongdoing, part of which read: "I take great pride in who I am and what I do, but I guess sometimes you have to deal with someone who makes things up."