I Suppose Brandon Browner's Decision To Assault His Baby Mama's Father Is The Saints Fault Too, Right?
LBS- Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner is reportedly being investigated for allegedly assaulting the father of a woman he has a child with.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ that police were called to a home in Pomona, Calif., Tuesday night to respond to an incident in which Browner is accused of attacking his baby mama’s father.
Here are some more details:
Law enforcement sources tell us … the alleged victim claims he had been arguing with Browner when the NFL star became violent and attacked him in the driveway.
We’re told Browner — a 2-time Super Bowl champ — left the scene in his white Bentley before cops arrived.
The Pomona PD confirms the alleged victim filed a police report and complained about an injury to his hand.
Well, when you're wrong...you're wrong. Unlike SOME people I know I am man enough to begrudgingly admit when I am less right than usual, and this is just one of those cases. Clearly New Orleans was the only thing holding Brandon Browner from being the world class humanitarian he truly is off the field and the productive, unpenalized corner he truly is on the field. Just no if's, and's, or but's about it, the Saints "weak" locker room was what temporarily transformed him into the violent loose cannon that he was around the media and the coaching staff. That toxic environment poisoned his all-too-endearing personality. There's no two ways around it, a change of scenery from the abominable state of his now former franchise to the always effervescent Seattle Seahawks is what he needed to get back to being the kind, understanding individual that people have always enjoyed being around. The fact that he's been on three different teams in the last threes is nothing but happenstance, because it's the second team's futility at establishing a mutually beneficial aura that made him lash out like a teenager on Instagram for the entirety of the last year.
So you hear me and you hear me good Brandon Browner, I am SORRY that I ever doubted the goodness of your person because it was clearly a reflection of the employer that constantly beat the undying optimism out of you on a week-to-week basis. I am glad that's all going to change next season, because nothing cures a person's bad habits like returning to the the place where they totally weren't originally developed in the first place.