Former Denver Broncos cornerback Brandon Browner has been arrested for a multitude of serious crimes. He was taken into custody on Sunday after a police chase and is wanted for kidnapping, false imprisonment, burglary, grand theft auto, and a violation of a restraining order.
Former NFL CB Brandon Browner was arrested earlier today in California after a police chase and is now in custody. Browner was wanted for kidnapping, false imprisonment, burglary, grand theft auto, and violation of a restraining order.— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) July 9, 2018
Per the report, police responded to a call that Browner had broken into his ex-girlfriends home. After physically assaulting her and threatening to kill her, he stole a Rolex watch and left.
This wasn’t the first altercation with the law Browner has had. His life appears to be in a tailspin as he has now had four arrests within the last year. In May, he was arrested for domestic battery and child endangerment and twice last Fall for drug related charges and for making criminal threats.
Browner was an undrafted free agent in 2005 who signed with the Denver Broncos. He never got a chance to catch on and was cut the following offseason after spending a year on injured reserve. He went on to play the next four seasons in the Canadian Football League before being signed by the Seattle Seahawks in 2010 where he would win a Super Bowl with the team in 2013 and again in 2014 as a member of the New England Patriots.