Brandon Browner sentenced to 8 years in prison

Ex Seahawk Brandon Browner sentenced to 8 years in attempted murder case	 	 	 			Brandon Browner mugshot from La Verne Police Department

Ex Seahawk Brandon Browner sentenced to 8 years in attempted murder case Brandon Browner mugshot from La Verne Police Department

The charges stemmed from a July incident in California where Browner allegedly broke into the apartment of his ex-girlfriend and assaulted her.

Browner was reported to have had a previous relationship with the alleged victim and had an earlier domestic violence charge involving the victim and had a restraining order prohibiting contact with the alleged victim.

Along with breaking into the home and forcing the victim to stay, Browner allegedly dipped off from the scene before police got there with a Rolex watch worth about $20,000.

Former NFL cornerback Brandon Browner was sentenced to eight years in prison following a plea of no contest to attempted murder, according to TMZ.

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Browner pled to no contest to one count of attempted murder and two counts of willfull child endangerment, according to TMZ. He was also arrested on charges of robbery, burglary, false imprisonment and child endangerment, per the La Verne Police Department's statement.

He later was caught, arrested and charged with attempted murder. Browner was just sentenced to eight years in prison stemming from a July incident. He then signed with the Patriots as a free agent.

Browner played four seasons with Calgary from 2007 to 2011, registering 12 interceptions while being named a three-time CFL all-star.

Browner played five seasons in the National Football League, spending time with the Seahawks, where he was a member of the original Legion of Boom, Patriots and Saints.

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