Fooch’s update: It appears Brock has signed.
Seahawks have agreed to a one-year deal with CB Tramaine Brock, sources say. Team met with him in April, spent yesterday meeting again.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) August 16, 2017
The Seattle Seahawks are looking to continue their long tradition of adding former San Francisco 49ers. They brought in cornerback Tramaine Brock for a visit on Tuesday, according to Jason La Canfora, and Matt Barrows is reporting they will meet again today.
The 49ers released Brock in April after he was arrested for domestic violence. Charges were filed in June, but then dropped last week when the alleged victim refused to cooperate. Since then, Brock has released a statement claiming the information in the police report is untrue. That was followed by the lawyer for the alleged victim releasing a statement which said that she had pled the Fifth when asked about the night in question, and later refused to testify when offered immunity.
Brock could still face discipline from the NFL, but without cooperation from the alleged victim, it will be difficult to get much information. That has not stopped the NFL in the past, and their inconsistency in enforcement means we can’t really assume anything.
La Canfora is reporting multiple teams are interested in Brock, including the Houston Texans and Minnesota Vikings. The fact that he is in Seattle for a second day suggests a deal could get done.