Former original "Legion of Boom" cornerback Brandon Browner was arrested Monday in Los Angeles County on suspicion of criminal threats to a woman, a felony, according to the Los Angeles Times and TMZ.
Per ESPN, Los Angeles County Jail records show Browner, 33, was arrested at 8:29 p.m in La Verne and was released almost thee hours later. The jail records do not specify the reason for the arrest. Bail was listed at $50,000.
The two-time Super Bowl champion Browner was a founding member of the Seahawks' "Legion of Boom" secondary, playing for the team from 2011 to 2013. He spent the 2014 season with the, helping them win Super Bowl XLIX over Seattle, and then spent the 2015 season with the . He earned Pro Bowl honors in 2011.
He signed with the Seahawks last offseason and tried to make the team as a safety, but he was cut in the spring and has not been signed by an NFL team since.
Browner hold two Seahawks franchise records: longest interception return for touchdown (season): 94 (October 9, 2011, vs) and most interception yards returned (season): 220 (2011)