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 the 49ers quarterback, Ricardo Lockette and Quinton Patton in what's been labeled a "suspicious incident."

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 a suite in the Viceroy and allegedly partied with them April 1.

The 25-year-old woman filed a police report two days later stating she awoke naked in the suite, didn't have sex with Kaepernick and was unsure how she ended up in a hospital. Miami Fire Rescue, according to police, transported her to the hospital after police responded to 911 calls from a player.

Kaepernick has issued a terse denial on Twitter of any wrongdoing.

  • As an encore to their Aug. 7 exhibition opener at Baltimore, the 49ers will stay in Maryland and practice four days against the Ravens. Baltimore is coached by John Harbaugh and the 49ers by brother Jim. While the 49ers are away, preparations will be finalized for their first game at Levi's Stadium against Denver. That's slated to occur between Aug. 14-18. The 49ers host San Diego on Aug. 24 and play at Houston on Aug. 28.

  • John Harbaugh was added to Miami University's Cradle of Coaches. His statue is the ninth on the campus plaza at his alma mater in Oxford, Ohio.

    Tennis

    Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka will meet in an all-Swiss final at the Monte Carlo Masters on Sunday. Federer ousted defending champion Novak Djokovic 7-5, 6-2, and Wawrinka beat David Ferrer 6-1, 7-6 (3). Federer conceded Djokovic -- who had a wrist injury -- wasn't at his best. Said Djokovic, "I was on the medications every day, I was doing different therapies, injections."

  • Madison Keys beat Alize Cornet 6-7 (7-4), 7-6 (7-4), 6-3, giving the U.S. a split of the opening two matches in its Fed Cup match against France in St. Louis. Caroline Garcia began with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Sloane Stephens.

    Boxing

    Bernard Hopkins, 49, won a 12-round split decision over Beibut Shumenov in Washington. One judge had it 114-113 for Shumenov, but two judges had it 116-111 for Hopkins. Shumenov relinquished his WBA and IBA light-heavyweight belts to Hopkins, who already had the IBF title.

    Mixed martial arts

    Fabrico Werdum became the top contender for the UFC heavyweight title by winning a unanimous decision against Travis Browne in Orlando, Fla. Also, Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion Meisha Tate won a unanimous decision against Liz Carmouche for her first victory in UFC.

    MLS

    Bobby Shuttleworth stopped Juan Luis Anangono's penalty kick in stoppage time to preserve a 1-1 draw for New England (2-3-2) against Chicago (0-1-6), which tied a league record with its sixth straight tie.

  • Kekuta Manneh scored in the 86th minute to give Vancouver (2-2-3) a 2-2 draw with Los Angeles (2-1-2).

  • Ned Grabavoy scored in the 78th minute, and Real Salt Lake (3-0-4) won 1-0 over Portland (0-3-4) to remain the league's only unbeaten team.

    College basketball

    Former UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian is back home after spending 10 days in a Las Vegas hospital following a heart attack.

    The Associated Press contributed to this report.