"I expect Aldon — like today — he'll be back to work and playing on Sunday," Harbaugh said. "I anticipate that, yes."
Smith, though, could be disciplined by the
Smith, who was a force as a rookie out of Missouri with 14 sacks in 2011, was arrested in Miami Beach last year on suspicion of DUI, but accepted a deal for a lesser charge. He is currently facing a lawsuit that claims he threw a party in June 2012 where weapons were discharged and a partygoer was struck in the leg with two bullets.
"There will be consequences," Harbaugh said Friday. "There always is. Good or bad, we all have consequences."
Smith, who had 19 1/2 sacks last season to help the 49ers reach the Super Bowl, was released from jail Friday after posting bail of $5,250. He attended practice in the afternoon but did not talk to reporters.
Smith was taken into custody after a 7 a.m. report of a single-car accident in San Jose, where he lives. Police said he failed a breath test during their preliminary investigation at the scene.
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