Tramaine Brock

Tramaine Brock's agent: The 49ers lied

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Tramaine Brock's agent: The 49ers lied

On Wednesday morning, the Seahawks signed former 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock.

On Wednesday afternoon, Brock's agent called out the 49ers.

On August 9, the Santa Clara County DA dismissed the domestic violence case against Brock due to insufficient evidence, as the alleged victim declined to cooperate.

Soon thereafter, NBC Sports Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reported:

And a little over an hour later:

On April 7, the 49ers released Brock less than four hours after news surfaced that Brock was arrested for a domestic incident.

A couple days later, 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said the 49ers made the right decision to part ways with Brock.

“You’re dealing with people’s lives, so I’d never want to use a situation as sending a message. It’s just us trying to do the right thing, whatever that is. I think each situation’s different and you’ve got to look into every situation, gather all the information that you can.

"When you do, you try as hard as you can to make the right decision. And I think that’s what I felt we did.”

Report: Seahawks agree to terms with former 49ers cornerback

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Report: Seahawks agree to terms with former 49ers cornerback

Tramaine Brock reportedly found a new football home on Wednesday.

The former 49ers cornerback agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Seahawks, according to the NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.

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 last week.

The soon-to-be 29-year old started all 31 games he appeared in over the last two seasons.

Last season, the Seahawks finished third in points per game allowed (18.3) and eighth in passing yards allowed per game (225.8).

The 49ers play in Seattle in Week 2 and host the Seahawks on Nov. 26.

Former 49ers CB's statement: 'Never put my hands on the mother of my children'

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Former 49ers CB's statement: 'Never put my hands on the mother of my children'

Former 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock's domestic violence case was dropped Wednesday by the Santa Clara District Attorney's office. 

The case against Brock was dismissed due to insufficient evidence, as the alleged victim declined to cooperate, public communications officer Sean Webby told NBC Sports Bay Area.

On Friday, Brock sent out a statement on the case via a text to NFL.com reporter Mike Garafolo. 

Brock was released by the 49ers on April 7, the day after his arrest. He spent seven seasons with San Francisco from 2010 to 2016, where he started 40 of the 80 games he played in.

The 28-year-old has recorded 11 career interceptions. 

Brock also faced a charge of child endangerment and faced five years in prison before the DA’s decision to drop the case.