Former San Francisco 49ers and suspended Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith may be in serious trouble again. San Francisco police confirmed via a statement on Sunday that officers responded on Saturday night in response to a report of a domestic-violence incident.

"The victim suffered nonlife-threatening injuries," read a portion of the statement. "The suspect fled the scene prior to police arrival and was identified as professional football player Aldon Smith, a 28-year-old Oakland resident."

Smith was not listed in jail reports on Sunday and San Francisco police have asked him to reach out to investigators, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

The incident was first reported on Sunday morning by Ted Ramey of 107.7 The Bone.

Smith appeared to have a bright NFL future ahead of him after being selected by the 49ers with the seventh-overall pick in 2011. Since then, he has gotten himself into trouble numerous times, including three arrests for driving under the influence, including a hit-and-run, being charged with three felony counts of possessing illegal assault weapons, and of course the incident at Los Angeles International Airport when he was arrested for making a false bomb threat.

Following his release from the 49ers in 2015, Smith caught on with the Oakland Raiders, signing a one-year deal with the team in 2015. The NFL went on to issue Smith a one-year suspension due to the hit-and-run in August of 2015 that led to his release from the 49ers.

Smith was never reinstated by the NFL.

Smith was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Year in 2012, which is the same year he made the Pro Bowl and was named first-team All-Pro. He has 47.5 career sacks.

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