Former San Francisco 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock received some good news this week as charges were formally dropped over his involvement in a domestic violence dispute with the mother of his three children.
“I would like to formally apologize to my family and children for the verbal altercation that brought about this situation,” Brock’s statement read, via PFT.
“These past 5 months have been a time to reevaluate and grow as a person. I had hoped to keep family matters private, but at this time I have to get the facts out. I have never put my hands on the mother of my children, as what has been publicly reported. The information in the police report is untrue. I stayed in an unhealthy relationship for the sake of my children, which was not in my best interest. As the case I was involved in has been dismissed, I am eager to move forward and focus on sharing custody of my two children and ensuring a stable environment for them.”
After news of the incident broke, the 49ers released Brock with no current intention of bringing him back. As for the league’s stance on the matter, Brock reportedly isn’t out of the woods on any future discipline.