By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The San Francisco 49ers have released cornerback Tramaine Brock. This news comes on the heels that he was arrested on Thursday for suspicion of domestic violence.
He probably did not receive the news, because he’s reportedly still in a Northern California jail on Friday.
There was a report of a domestic violence incident at around 9:35 pm PDT on Thursday. When officers arrived to the scene, they found “facial injuries” to a woman that Brock is dating. They may not be dating anymore after this.
The charge, which is a felony, carries a maximum of four-years in jail.
Over the past two seasons, he started 31 of the team’s 31 games under former head coaches Jim Tomsula and Chip Kelly. He had spent his entire seven-year career with the team.
Brock has been a left cornerback for the team. He was a right corner during the 2013 season.
Last season, he had 48 tackles, a forced fumble, 14 pass deflections and an interception returned for 39 yards in 16 starts.
Prior to the 2015 season, where he also started 15 games, he had just nine starts over the first five years of his career.
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