BOYKIN HAS AN­OTHER BRUSH WITH THE LAW

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dal­las» Sea­hawks backup quar­ter­back Trevone Boykin was ar­rested in Dal­las af­ter po­lice said he was in a ve­hi­cle that hit seven peo­ple on a side­walk.

Jail records show the for­mer TCU quar­ter­back was booked early Mon­day on mis­de­meanor charges of pub­lic in­tox­i­ca­tion and pos­ses­sion of mar­i­juana. Bond was $500.

Po­lice said a ve­hi­cle backed onto a side­walk and struck seven pedes­tri­ans and a bar, slightly in­jur­ing a bar­tender. None of the in­juries are life threat­en­ing. The fe­male driver was ar­rested, ac­cused of felony in­tox­i­ca­tion as­sault with a ve­hi­cle.

The Sea­hawks saId they are dis­ap­pointed and are gath­er­ing more in­for­ma­tion.

EEIn 2015, Boykin was sus­pended for TCU’s Alamo Bowl game af­ter his ar­rest fol­low­ing a bar fight. Last June, he pleaded no con­test to re­sist­ing ar­rest and re­ceived a year’s pro­ba­tion.

• The Sea­hawks con­tinue to stock­pile lineback­ers, bring­ing back Dewey McDon­ald and sign­ing free agent Ter­ence Garvin.

Har­ris to re-sign with 49ers

B santa clara, calif.» Run­ning back DuJuan Har­ris is re­turn­ing to the 49ers.

Har­ris’ agent, Andy Simms, tweeted Har­ris will re-sign with San Fran­cisco af­ter the team did not ten­der him a re­stricted free agent con­tract ear­lier this month.

Har­ris played 10 games for the 49ers last sea­son. He ran for 138 yards on 38 car­ries and also caught eight passes for 115 yards.

Har­ris has also played with Jack­sonville, Green Bay and Seattle since en­ter­ing the NFL in 2011. He has 590 yards rush­ing in his ca­reer on 145 car­ries.

• San Fran­cisco gen­eral man­ager John Lynch said the team worked out Clem­son quar­ter­back De­shaun Wat­son last week.

Lynch also at­tended North Carolina and Notre Dame pro days last week, where he had a chance to get an­other look at QBs Mitchell Tru­bisky and DeShone Kizer.

With skep­tics won­der­ing whether any of this year’s QB prospects are wor­thy of a pick early in Round 1, Lynch de­fended the sig­nal-call­ers, say­ing they’re get­ting “a bad rap.” The 49ers hold the No. 2 over­all pick.

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