NFL fan violence being reviewed
The NFL's new chief of security, Jeff Miller, is on a plane headed to the San Francisco Bay Area as part of the league's review of fan violence stemming from Saturday's 49ers-Raiders game.
Miller, who launched the NFL's Fan Code of Conduct in 2008, will meet with San Francisco chief of police Gregg Suhr to discuss coordination of league game-day security.
The meeting comes after after two men were shot and wounded following the 49ers' 17-3 victory over the Raiders.
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