3:05 PM PT -- Bobby Wagner's head coach, Sean McVay, says he's not even flinching over the police report ... telling media members Wednesday, "We all know where Bobby's intentions were, and I support Bobby Wagner."
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"That's where I'm at with that," he added. "I don't think anybody would disagree."
2:40 PM PT -- Wagner spoke with reporters about the incident on Wednesday ... saying, "It's behind me."
"Can't really focus on it. I'm more concerned about the security guard that was hurt trying to chase him and the people that was ... we don't know what that is and you just gotta do what you gotta do."
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Wagner added he's aware of the police report ... but further explained his actions.
"You just never know," he added. "You never know, like, people run on the field for no reason sometimes and again, I'm pretty sure it's gonna keep happening, but you never know what that person got in they pocket, in they hands, whatever. Kind of like what I said after the game so, you know, there's consequences for your actions."
As for the guard, TMZ Sports is told it was the 49ers' director of security and he's fine.
The fan who was leveled by Bobby Wagnerafter running onto the field during "Monday Night Football" this week has now filed a police report over the incident ... TMZ Sports has learned.
The man went to the Santa Clara Police Dept. on Tuesday following the Rams vs. 49ers game, cops tell us, and filed the report. A spokesperson did not reveal any further details.
A rep for Direct Action Everywhere -- the org. that took credit for the wild scene at Levi's Stadium -- told us the report stems from a "blatant assault" by two Rams players.
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As we reported, two protesters jumped railing at the stadium during the second quarter of the contest ... and armed with pink smoke bombs, they attempted to disrupt the action on the field.
One of the protesters, a woman, was taken down before she could get onto the playing surface. The other protester, though, evaded security long enough to take a jaunt on the gridiron.
Security took over, and the fans were eventually detained, cited and released.
According to Direct Action Everywhere, the individuals performed the stunt in order to raise awareness for a trial involving the alleged theft of pigs from a factory farm. The org. said the man suffered a burn injury during the incident.
"Otherwise," they said in a statement, "they're a bit beaten up but in good spirits."