Ex-NFL Player Brandon Browner Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison

Ex-NFL Player Brandon Browner Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison

Ex-NFL Player Brandon Browner Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison

Prosecutors say former CFL and National Football League cornerback Brandon Browner has been sentenced to eight years in prison for trying to kill his ex-girlfriend after breaking into her Southern California home. Her two children were present. In exchange, the remaining charges (robbery, burglary and false imprisonment) were dropped, according to TMZ.

Browner, a native of Sylmar in Southern California's San Fernando Valley, was arrested on drug charges in October and for allegedly making criminal threats in September.

Brandon Browner, who played with the Seahawks, Patriots and Saints, reportedly was sentenced to eight years in prison.

Browner was immediately remanded into custody during the hearing and is back behind bars.

Former Patriots CB Brandon Browner sentenced to 8 years in prison (Report)
Former Patriot, Seahawk Brandon Browner Sentenced To 8 Years In Prison For Attempted Murder

According to police, Browner broke into an ex-girlfriend's home through a locked window.

Brandon Browner, an original member of Seattle's "Legion of Boom" defensive unit, was arrested July 8 for allegedly breaking into his ex-girlfriend's home near Los Angeles and threatening to kill her, TMZ reported. Browner was sentenced then to one day in jail, three years of probation, 48 hours of community service and an order requesting him to stay away from the victims for three years.

Browner signed with the Seahawks in 2011 and played through 2013. Prosecutors had accused Browner of stealing a $10,000 rolex watch from the apartment.

Browner also won a Super Bowl with the Seahawks.

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