The article mentioned two women who were with Crabtree at the hotel in San Francisco after the team's Division Round playoff win over the Packers. The women said the alleged assault didn't happen and San Francisco police haven't found any evidence of an attack, according to the report.
Crabtree has voluntarily spoken with police on Friday before the team left for Atlanta. He hasn't been charged.
On Sunday Crabtree started the game and finished with five receptions for 56 yards. He fumbled at the one-yard line, but the mistake didn't cost the team. The 49ers held the Falcons to get a short field and score the go-ahead touchdown on the ensuing possession. Crabtree is the team's leading receiver and the first WR to have 1,000 yards or more since Terrell Owens in 2003.
Police chief Greg Suhr said he is hoping the investigation will be done in 10 days, which is before the Super Bowl, according to the report.