49ers Cut Tramaine Brock After Arrest for Suspicion of Felony Domestic Violence

San Francisco 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock was released by the team Friday, one day after being arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence in Northern California.

In a one-sentence release to USA TODAY Sports and other outlets, the 49ers announced they had cut Brock.

Santa Clara police officers in who responded to a report of domestic violence around 9:35 p.m. PT Thursday arrived to find “visible facial injuries” to a woman Brock is dating. He remained jailed Friday afternoon, according to online inmate records.

The felony charge carries a maximum of four years in prison.

Brock has started 31 of the 49ers’ 32 games over the last two seasons and has played his entire seven-season NFL career with the team.

SOURCE: A.J. Perez