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NFL clears Tramaine Brock of personnel conduct violation for 2017 domestic violence arrest

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The NFL has completed their personal conduct policy investigation of cornerback Tramaine Brock, and on Friday they announced he had been cleared. The league said there was insufficient evidence to support a finding he engaged in any activity that violated the policy, and the investigation has been closed. Here is the full letter.

Nine months ago, Brock was arrested for suspicion of domestic violence. The San Francisco 49ers released him shortly after that. Charges were dropped in August, and teams began looking into him. Brock’s agent said the 49ers were among the team interested, but the 49ers issued a statement denying they had reached out to Brock’s camp. Brock later issued a statement apologizing for an incident he described as a verbal altercation.

Brock eventually signed a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks and was traded to the Minnesota Vikings. He is scheduled to become a free agent in March.