A former 49ers cornerback is on the move again.
According to NFL.com, the Minnesota Vikings have acquired Tramaine Brok from the Seattle Seahawks. The NFC West team will send a seventh-round pick to Seattle.
San Francisco released Brock back in April after he was arrested over an alleged domestic incident.
Brock will not face felony charges of domestic violence because the case was dismissed.
The soon-to-be 29-year old started all 31 games he appeared in over the last two seasons.
Minnesota had the third-best pass defense in the NFL last year -- allowing just 207.9 yards per game in the air.
SANTA CLARA -- Running back Carlos Hyde sustained a hip injury in the first quarter of the 49ers’ game Thursday night against the Los Angeles Rams.
Hyde left the game, and the club listed him as questionable to return to action.
Hyde carried the ball three consecutive times for a combined 25 yards before leaving with an apparent injury to his left side. He sat out seven plays while the 49ers medical staff evaluated him.
Hyde returned in time to pick up 4 yards on a third-and-1 play from the Los Angeles 19. He immediately left the game again and was examined further by the team’s medical staff.
The absence didn't last too long as Hyde returned to action in the second quarter.
As the 49ers take on the Rams on Thursday Night Football, the team will be without five defenders and two from offense.
Ahkello Witherspoon, who the team drafted in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, will have to wait to make his debut another week.
Below is the full list of inactives from Insider Matt Maiocco.