Domestic violence charges dropped against Tramaine Brock

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Cornerback Tramaine Brock no longer has pending charges against him.

But he doesn’t have a team, either.

Via Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, felony domestic violence charges against the former 49ers cornerback were dismissed, according to a Santa Clara district attorney’s office spokeman. The charges were dropped because of a lack of evidence.

Brock was arrested in April, and released by the 49ers almost immediately, as new General Manager John Lynch and coach Kyle Shanahan sent a statement to their new organization.

Brock’s proven to be a starting-level corner, and it will be interesting to see which teams if any pursue him now.

8 responses to “Domestic violence charges dropped against Tramaine Brock

  1. joetoronto says:
    August 9, 2017 at 12:07 pm
    Everyone has charges against them dropped nowadays, it’s called a payoff.
    While there are procedures in CA that allow for something like that, it doesn’t prevent the DA from still prosecuting. If the Santa Clara DA doesn’t feel they can win the case, its probably because they can’t. A lot of cases forwarded for prosecution by police aren’t because they simply aren’t likely to win on the evidence.

  2. No team should have the opportunity to pursue him. He should be investigated by the NFL and it should result in a suspension. He should get the same treatment that Zeke Elliott has gotten from the NFL and fans of teams not named the Dallas Cowboys.

    Elliott was never arrested, never charged with ANY crime. This guy was arrested and charged, I expect the NFL to go deep into this, I expect a new story, a new league, a new “source” to proclaim his pending suspension….every day!

    Its funny how we have Eagles fans, Raiders fans, and Chiefs fans asking for their teams to pick this guy up, yet, these same people would want Elliott thrown out of the league.

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