Report: Already interest in cornerback Tramaine Brock

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The NFL’s latest morality play is unfolding quickly.

Shortly after domestic violence charges against former 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock were dismissed, there appears to be a market for him.

According to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee, four teams including the 49ers have already called to inquire about the 28-year-old cornerback.

While it would seem unusual for the 49ers to dive back in (after they cut him in April shortly after his arrest), it’s not surprising that teams would have interest in a player of Brock’s caliber.

Of course, since three of those teams at the moment are the fabled “mystery team,” it’s hard to know whether teams are prepared to bring him in for a visit or offering him a deal.

24 responses to “Report: Already interest in cornerback Tramaine Brock

  1. I hope the Niners don’t bring him back. The Niners are rebuilding and I like the statement that Lynch made by cutting him.

  2. Innocent until proven guilty my friends… not the other way around. I don’t think most of you will ever understand that until it’s your neck on the block.

  3. Dismissed could also mean that the guy didn’t do what he was accused of. I know this country has gone haywire but it is still a country where you are innocent until proven guilty.

  4. “Dismissed doesn’t mean innocent. It just means they accuser’s bank account is a bit heavier now.”

    Or, hear me out, or there wasn’t any evidence. I know right? Shocking!

  5. What statement is that? that we live in china, where you are guilty until proven innocent?
    PrincePaul says:
    August 9, 2017 at 12:39 pm
    I hope the Niners don’t bring him back. The Niners are rebuilding and I like the statement that Lynch made by cutting him.

  6. Innocent until proven guilty my friends… not the other way around. I don’t think most of you will ever understand that until it’s your neck on the block.
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    I don’t think anyone would argue that. But it doesn’t mean that just b/c charges are dropped that Brock is a saint. Or that he didn’t do something wrong. You’d be naive to think that.

  7. Charges were dismissed against Greg Hardy too b/c his accuser got paid off. So does that mean he is innocent?

  8. chefninerapologist says:
    August 9, 2017 at 12:40 pm
    “If you can ball we don’t care what you do off the field.”
    Dismissed doesn’t mean innocent. It just means they accuser’s bank account is a bit heavier now.
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    It doesn’t necessarily mean that either.

    If payoffs worked in the judicial process the way some commenters believe, then why do people like Martha Stewart end up in prison? Answer: they don’t.

  9. Ezekiel Elliott was NEVER charged and yet everyone that isnt a fan of the Cowboys thinks he is guilty. So can we expect the league to immediately launch an investigation into this guy and have it take 14 months? If they end up suspending Elliott when he was never arrested or charged, how can they not suspend this guy?

    The hypocrisy of NFL fans….if its a Cowboy….suspend him….anyone else…..you start talking about where he should play. You should be talking about how the commissioner needs to investigate him and then debate on the length of suspension.

  10. chc4 says:
    August 9, 2017 at 1:47 pm
    Charges were dismissed against Greg Hardy too b/c his accuser got paid off. So does that mean he is innocent?
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    In the eyes of the law? Absolutely it means he was innocent. This is exactly why the NFL should have stayed out of trying to be judge and jury during legal matters. We already have a legal system that’s been refined for 200+ years and is based on even older western legal systems and the NFL thought it could come along and do it better. And this all started due to their incompetent handling of the Ray Rice fiasco.

  11. “Cowboys have declined interest. Jerry Jones was quoted as saying “Son if you don’t have a rap sheet we are not interested in you.”

    And the “dumbest post seen on the internet today” award goes to…

  12. The whole NFL “legal” system of suspensions etc. is based on the fact that the players are heroes/role models for 10 year old boys. The NFL is on a mission to protect the 10 year olds and have the public think that all the players are clean cut peaceful warriors. The fact is that pro football players play an angry, violent game for a living. There are very few choir boys in the NFL. Sean Smith is flunking out this year, Raiders could use Tramaine.

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