Fooch’s update: Per Matt Maiocco, a 49ers spokesperson said the 49ers did not reach out to Tramaine Brock’s camp, and there is no interest in re-signing him.
The Santa Clara District Attorney’s office have dissmied felony domestic violence charges against free agent cornerback Tramaine Brock, per Mike Garafolo. The DA dropped the charges due to lack of evidence, and Matt Barrows is reporting it was because the woman declined to cooperate with the DA’s office.
Barrows is also reporting that Brock’s agent said four teams, including the 49ers, have inquired about the cornerback since the charges were dropped. Barrows acknowledged it could have just been information-seeker.
The former San Francisco 49ers player was arrested on April 7 after police were called to his home. A woman Brock was dating at the time was found with visible injuries, and Brock was arrested. The 49ers released him less than two hours after the news broke. In June, charges were filed against Brock for felony domestic violence and misdemeanor child endangerment.
It’s safe to say head coach Kyle Shanahan will get a question or two about this report.