Former NFL cornerback Brandon Browner was arrested on several felony charges Sunday afternoon in Los Angeles County, according to NFL.com.
Prior to his arrest, Browner was wanted by police in connection to kidnapping charges, burglary, false imprisonment, and violation of a restraining order. The arrest was made after Browner allegedly broke into a residence through a locked window and physically harmed and made threats to a victim inside the residence with whom he had a prior relationship, according to the original NBC L.A. report. Browner also allegedly took a Rolex watch worth an estimated $20,000 before leaving the residence.
Browner, 33, if a former NFL player who originally signed with the Broncos as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Oregon State in 2005. He is best known to Seattle fans, though, as an original member of the Seahawks’ famed Legion of Boom secondary and was a part of the Seahawks’ Super Bowl XLVIII-winning roster.
Source:: sports.MyNorthwest.com – Sports