Former 49ers RB Glen Coffee said he has no regrets about his early retirement.
Although former 49ers RB Glen Coffee still wants to play football at the recreational level, he believes the NFL "ruins lives."
Former 49ers RB Glen Coffee is playing football on the semi-pro circuit with the Northwest Florida Falcons.
The charge for possession of a concealed firearm against former 49ers RB Glen Coffee has been dropped.
Former 49ers RB Glen Coffee was reportedly arrested Friday morning for possession of a concealed firearm.
Former 49ers RB Glen Coffee has formally filed his retirement papers with the NFL.
When asked whether or not he would return to football down the road, RB Glen Coffee responded, "No, man. I've already told Christ it's time to go. I've already rung the bell. That's not going to happen."
Glen Coffee has yet to formally file his retirement papers with the NFL, according to NFL Network's Jason La Canfora.
Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald, who covered Glen Coffee at Alabama, believes Coffee is retiring to pursue the priesthood.
49ers backup RB Glen Coffee shockingly announced his retirement from football Friday.
49ers backup RB Glen Coffee has yet to stand out in training camp practices.
The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows does not believe rookie Anthony Dixon will unseat Glen Coffee for the primary backup job this summer.
Glen Coffee, who played last season between 205 and 210 pounds, plans to bulk up to 225 pounds this season.
49ers backup RB Glen Coffee has bulked up to 218 pounds after playing at 210 last year.