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
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